FIA 2008 calendar and circuit information PDF Print E-mail
Detailed timezones of all events are noted below

DateTrackCityCountryRace start (local)
March 14-16Albert Park MelbourneAustralia 15.30 (GMT = -10)
March 21-23SepangKuala LumpurMalaysia15.00 (GMT = -8)
April 04-06SakhirSakhirBahrain14.30 (GMT = -2)
April 25-27CatalunyaBarcelonaSpain14.00 (GMT = -1)
May 09-11IstanbulIstanbulTurkey 15.00 (GMT =-2)
May 22-25MonacoMonte CarloMonaco14.00 (GMT = -1)
June 06-08VilleneuveMontrealCanada13.00 (GMT = +5)
June 20-22Magny-CoursNeversFrance 14.00 (GMT = -1)
July 04-06SilverstoneSilverstoneGreat Britain13.00 (= GMT)
July 18-20HockenheimHockenheimGermany14.00 (GMT = -1)
August 01-03 HungaroringBudapestHungary14.00 (GMT = -1)
August 22-24ValenciaValenciaSpain/Europe14.00 (GMT = -1)
Sept 05-07SpaSpaBelgium14.00 (GMT = -1)
Sept 12-14 MonzaMonzaItaly14.00 (GMT = -1)
Sept 26-28Marina BaySingaporeSingapore20.00 (GMT = -8)
Oct 10-12FujiFujiJapan 13.30 (GMT = -9)
Oct 17-19 ShanghaiShanghaiChina 15.00 (GMT = -8)
Nov 31-02InterlagosSao PauloBrazil 14.00? (GMT = +3)
     

  • GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) is the same as UTC (Universal Time Coordinated)
  • CET (Central European Time) = GMT + 1 hour
  • PST (California) = GMT -8 hours
  • MST (Arizona, Utah) = GMT - 7 hours
  • CST (Kansas, Texas) = GMT - 6 hours
  • EST (New York) = GMT - 5 hours
  • MSK (Moskow) = GMT + 3 hours)
  • Times may differ if your country does NOT use DST (daylight saving time / summer time)
  • (South-) America, Canada are on GMT - 4 to 12 hours
  • Europe and Africa generally are GMT + 1 hour
  • Russia, Asia, Australia are on GMT +3 to 12 hours
  • check worldtimezone for detailed zones
GP Full-throttleØTop speedLongest flat-outRight-/left turnsTyre wear Brake wearDownforceGearshifts per lap
AU 65% 303 km/h 10 sec/735 m 10/6 medium/low high high 60
MY 65% 297 km/h 12 sec/830 m 10/5 medium/high medium high 60
BH 63% 309 km/h 14 sec/1050 m 9/6 Medium high medium 58
ES 57% 308 km/h 16 sec/1140 m 9/7 Medium high high 44
TR 63% 315 km/h 16 sec/1200m 6/8 medium/low medium medium/high 42
MC 42% 286 km/h 8 sec/510 m 12/7 Medium high very high 54
CA 63% 323 km/h 13 sec/1005 m 9/6 High very high medium 48
FR 64% 301 km/h 12 sec/930 m 9/8 medium/low medium high 46
GB 64% 294 km/h 12 sec/890 m 10/7 medium/high low high 40
DE
HU 58% 291 km/h 11 sec/750 m 8/6 medium/high high very high 50
EU
BE 70% 310 km/h 24 sec/1865 m 9/10 medium/low medium medium 52
IT 70% 351 km/h 16 sec/1320 m 7/4 Low very high very low 46
SG
JP 60% 310 km/h 20 sec/1445 m 10/6 Medium low medium 44
CN 55% 310 km/h 19 sec/1370 m 9/7 Medium medium/low medium/high 52
BR 65% 314 km/h 17 sec/1220 m 5/10 Medium medium medium/high 40
Last Updated on Saturday, 05 April 2008 13:05
 

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