PARIS (DPA) — With 23 races in just eight months, Germany has no place in Formula 1’s record calendar. The former host country, once a full grandstand, and Michael Schumacher’s successful drive will play no part in planning the Motorsport Premier Class in the coming year.
Instead, it comes to the long-announced debut of Florida’s glittering metropolis Miami and a return to Australia and Canada – but not to China, Shanghai is out there too.
This is clear from the Formula 1 published calendar. Earlier, the plant, which would again feature PS Circus traveling around the world with some logistical challenges and a lot of work and less sleep to the teams and their staff, was approved by the World Council of the International Automobile Association (FIA) Was.
Begins in Bahrain, ends in Abu Dhabi
The opening is on 20 March in Bahrain, with the finale on 20 November in Abu Dhabi. The season lasts for 245 days, it ends so quickly as the Football World Cup begins in Qatar in the same month.
Formula 1 Managing Director Stefano Domenicali said: “We are excited to announce the 2022 calendar as we prepare for a new era in the sport, with all-new rules designed to make racing even more stringent ” In the coming year, a new set of rules will come into force that will significantly change the aerodynamics of cars: overtaking should be made easier and races to be completely thrilling.
“We look forward to welcoming more fans next year,” Domenicali said after last season, but the current season, too, was affected in terms of fans on the routes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier Class Italian boss, who was once Ferrari’s team boss, also insisted on taking into account the coronavirus and its effects: “The pandemic still exists, and so we will continue to be vigilant and safe – to protect our The entire staff and the churches we go to.”
So far, Formula 1 has recovered well from the pandemic
Even though there have been some positive cases in Formula 1, including drivers, the pandemic has fared surprisingly well, despite many trips.
And it should remain like this in 2022. After starting in Bahrain, the following week in nearby Saudi Arabia. What comes next, reads – interesting: Melbourne on 10 April, then back to Europe from Australia, driving to Imola on 24 April, before engine starts in Miami two weeks later. Another two weeks later, Formula 1 wants to return to Europe in Barcelona.
Travel abroad continues after a long haul on the old continent. And how: From Sochi in Russia on September 25, through Singapore on October 2, and from Suzuka in Japan on October 9, there is one of the so-called triple headers that everyone is afraid of: three races over three consecutive weekends. Then the United States, Mexico, Brazil follow and it goes to the finish line in Abu Dhabi.
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