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Nov 09, 2016 2017 Calendar The 2017 calendar is automatically generated and can always be visited online. Also month calendars in 2017 including week numbers can be viewed at any time by clicking on one of the above months. Additionally you can view also leap years, daylight saving, current moon phase in 2017, moon calendar 2017, world clocks and more by selecting an Calendar & Results for the FIA Formula 2 2020 Championship

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The 2017 season will begin on March 26 in Australia and conclude on November 26 in Abu Dhabi, and will include five back-to-back race weekends. The main changes from the provisional calendar issued in September are Malaysia and Singapore switching places, the absence of the race in Germany, and Baku moving a week earlier, avoiding a clash with 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship Race Calendar Featuring bigger, wider cars and a return of the shark fins, the 2017 F1 season saw a titanic battle between Mercedes and Ferrari for supremacy. Ultimately, Lewis Hamilton emerged victorious over title-rival Sebastian Vettel after a number of stunning drives such as those in Silverstone, Spa The first draft of the 2017 F1 calendar was published by the FIA on September 28th, 2016. An amended version was released on November 30th. There are 20 races planned. Round Race Circuit Date Forum 1 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park March 24 - 26 Forum 2 Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit April 7 … Continue reading 2017 F1 calendar F1 2017 calendar and schedule, driver line-ups and test dates The one-stop shop for all the confirmed details for this season

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The 2017 Formula 2 Championship was the fifty-first season of the second-tier of Formula One feeder championship and also the first season under the moniker of FIA Formula 2 Championship, a motor racing championship run in support of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship.The championship is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and is open to teams and