South Korea on 19 race 2009 official calander

South Korea on 19 race 2009 official calander

Post by Chad » Tue, 22 Sep 2009 23:32:50


Formula One 2010 calendar
Mar 14 - Bahrain (Sakhir)
Mar 28 - Australia (Melbourne, starting at 1700 local time)
Apr 4 - Malaysia (Sepang, starting at 1600 local time)
Apr 18 - China (Shanghai)
May 9 - Spain (Barcelona)
May 23 - Monaco (Monte Carlo)
May 30 - Turkey (Istanbul)
Jun 13 - Canada (Montreal, provisional)
Jun 27 - Europe (Valencia)
Jul 11 - Great Britain (Donington Park)
Jul 25 - Germany (Hockenheim)
Aug 1 - Hungary (Budapest)
Aug 29 - Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
Sep 12 - Italy (Monza)
Sep 26 - Singapore (starting at 2000 local time)
Oct 3 - Japan (Suzuka)
Oct 17 - South Korea (Yongam)
Oct 31 - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina, starting at 1700 local time)
Nov 14 - Brazil (Interlagos)
It is the first time since 2005 there will be 19 races, albeit with the June
13 event in Canada provisional subject to the completion of contract
negotiations with Bernie Ecclestone's Formula One Management.

Should a deal fail to be agreed, the Turkish Grand Prix will be moved to
June 6 from its present slot of May 30.

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Chad

 
 
 

South Korea on 19 race 2009 official calander

Post by APLe » Wed, 23 Sep 2009 10:42:42


Quote:
> Formula One 2010 calendar
> Mar 14 - Bahrain (Sakhir)
> Mar 28 - Australia (Melbourne, starting at 1700 local time)
> Apr 4 - Malaysia (Sepang, starting at 1600 local time)
> Apr 18 - China (Shanghai)
> May 9 - Spain (Barcelona)
> May 23 - Monaco (Monte Carlo)
> May 30 - Turkey (Istanbul)
> Jun 13 - Canada (Montreal, provisional)
> Jun 27 - Europe (Valencia)
> Jul 11 - Great Britain (Donington Park)
> Jul 25 - Germany (Hockenheim)
> Aug 1 - Hungary (Budapest)
> Aug 29 - Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
> Sep 12 - Italy (Monza)
> Sep 26 - Singapore (starting at 2000 local time)
> Oct 3 - Japan (Suzuka)
> Oct 17 - South Korea (Yongam)
> Oct 31 - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina, starting at 1700 local time)
> Nov 14 - Brazil (Interlagos)
> It is the first time since 2005 there will be 19 races, albeit with the
> June 13 event in Canada provisional subject to the completion of
> contract negotiations with Bernie Ecclestone's Formula One Management.

> Should a deal fail to be agreed, the Turkish Grand Prix will be moved to
> June 6 from its present slot of May 30.

19 races? And only 1 three week break. The boys will be busy. Now if they
could only ditch the engine and testing freezes...