Formula 1 2007 calendar PDF Print E-mail

The 2007 calendar will host 17 races. 2006 hosted 18 grand prix'. With Fuji and Spa re-entering the list, it means 3 venues will disappear. Below are the dates and times of every Grand Prix.

 

 The FIA Formula One World Championship timetable is as follows:

 All times are local.

Friday (Monaco on Thursday)
10:00 - 11:30 Practice Session 1
14:00 - 15:30 Practice Session 2

Saturday
11:00 - 12:00 Practice Session 3 (Canada, US, Great Britain 10:00)

14:00 - 15:00 Qualifying Session (Canada, US, Great Britain 13:00)

Sunday
14:00 - Race

(Malaysia & Turkey 15:00, Bahrain 14:30, Canada & US & Great Britain 13:00, Japan 13:30).


2007 FIA Formula 1 Championship Calendar

  

DateGPVenueTrack lengthOffsetLapsDistance
18 MarchAustraliaAlbert Park5.303 km0.000 km58307.574 km
8 AprilMalaysiaSepang5.543 km0.000 km56310.408 km
15 AprilBahrainSakhir5.412 km0.246 km57308.238 km
13 MaySpainCatalunya4.655 km0.126 km66307.104 km
27 May MonacoMonte Carlo
3.340 km
0.000 km78260.520 km
10 June CanadaGilles Villeneuve4.361 km0.000 km70305.270 km
17 June USAIndianapolis4.192 km0.000 km73306.016 km
1 July FranceMagny-Cours4.411 km0.184 km70308.586 km
8 July BritainSilverstone5.141 km0.105 km60308.355 km
22 July GermanyNurburgring5.148 km0.017 km60308.863 km
5 August HungaryHungaroring4.381 km0.007 km70306.663 km
26 August TurkeyKurtkoy5.338 km0.208 km58309.396 km
9 September ItalyMonza5.793 km0.309 km53306.720 km
16 September BelgiumSpa7.004 km0.000 km44308.176 km
30 September JapanFuji Speedway4.563 km0.000 km67305.721 km
7 October ChinaShanghai5.451 km0.190 km56305.066 km
21 OctoberBrazilCarlos Pace4.309 km0.030 km71305.909 km

Bernie Ecclestone repeatedly said over the past few months, that Europe would be the continent where the first venues would disappear. And indeed San Marino's Imola is not on the 2007 list. The second European track to loose an F1 race will certainly be German. With the Nurburgring and Hockenheim, Germany has hosted 2 Grand Prix' over the past few years, with one officially being hosted in "Europe". One of the two will host 2007s German GP. A possibility is that the tracks will venue the Formula 1 races in turn.

Japan keeps it's race, also because of the Japanese interest in F1 with Honda, Toyota and Super Aguri. Suzuka International circuit has been replaced by Fuji, re-entering F1 after it's 1976 and 1977 races.Dutch, Belgian and fans all over the world will be glad that Spa-Francorchamps is back. Great races have been raced there since it hosted F1 races on and off since 1950. Prepare for Eau Rouge!

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 August 2007 06:08
 

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