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Formula 1 2015

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Formula 1 2015

Calendar for 2015 season - 20 races

15th Mar Australian

29th Mar Malaysian

5th Apr Bahrain

19th Apr Chinese

10th May Spanish

24th May Monaco

7th Jun Canadian

21st Jun Austrian

5th Jul British

19th Jul German

26th Jul Hungarian

23rd Aug Belgian

6th Sep Italian

20th Sep Singapore

27th Sep Japanese

11th Oct Russian

25th Oct United States

1st Nov Mexican

15th Nov Brazilian

29th Nov Abu Dhabi

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Wow you really did jump the lights in the last thread :P

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2015 F1 FIELD SO FAR:

Mercedes:

Lewis Hamilton

Nico Rosberg

Red Bull-Renault:

Daniel Ricciardo

Daniil Kvyat

Williams-Mercedes:

Valtteri Bottas

Felipe Massa

Ferrari:

Kimi Raikkonen

Sebastian Vettel

McLaren-Honda:

Fernando Alonso (tbc)

Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen (tbc)

Force India-Mercedes:

Nico Hulkenberg

Sergio Perez

Toro Rosso-Renault:

Max Verstappen

Carlos Sainz Jr

Lotus-Mercedes:

Romain Grosjean

Pastor Maldonado

Sauber-Ferrari:

Marcus Ericsson

Felipe Nasr

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I dunno if it's because we've become dumbed-down by the pay-driver trend (though perhaps it was always there?) but that's a pretty decent line up for 2015 IMHO

Sauber cash-cows and Maldonado aside, there's not a lot to be happy with there ..... though let's see what happens if and when the Marussia and Caterham entries re-appear ..... that could well be an ugly line-up they're forced to field

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McLaren still not made their minds up.....

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Looks like 21 races next year now Korea may make a return (TBC)...

2015 Formula 1 calendar

March 15 Australian GP

March 29 Malaysian GP

April 12 Chinese GP

April 19 Bahrain GP

May 3 Korean GP (TBC)

May 10 Spanish GP

May 24 Monaco GP

June 7 Canadian GP

June 21 Austrian GP

July 5 British GP

July 19 German GP

July 26 Hungarian GP

August 23 Belgian GP

September 6 Italian GP

September 20 Singapore GP

September 27 Japanese GP

October 11 Russian GP

October 25 USA GP

November 1 Mexican GP

November 15 Brazilian GP

November 29 Abu Dhabi GP

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Word is Korea is 'scheduled'. That gives the teams 5 engines instead of the 4 specified for a 20 race season.

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