Motorsport fans beware! Formula 1 will take place in 2019 from 15 March to 1 December at 21 different venues on all continents. For all fans of fast motor sport duels, there is the practical Formula 1 calendar as an informative wall decoration for home or office. 
The Formula 1 calendar for 2019 has just been published and can be viewed at any time thanks to the practical poster format. You can find all the information about the location, date, name of the track, number of laps, route length and total length of the races at a glance in the Formula 1 calendar. In addition, the number of sectors and curves is called. Also interesting are the marked DRS windows and the location of the radar control.And so you do not miss anything, as long as your calendar is still in the mail …

Here are the most important information about the Formula 1 season summarized for you:

March 15 – 17: GP of Australia at the Albert Park Curcuit in Melbourne. There are 58 laps of 5.303 km driven, the total length is 307.504 km.

March 29 – 31: Bahrain GP at the Bahrain International Curcuit in Sakhir. To drive are 57 laps with each 5,412 km, a total of 308.238 km.

April 12th – 14th: GP of China on the Shanghai International Curcuit. 56 laps of 5.451 km each are to be completed, corresponding to a total length of 305.066 km.

April 26-28: Azerbaijan GP on the Baku Street Curcuit. The race lasts 51 laps to 6,003 km, a total of 306,049 km.

10-12 May: GP of Spain at the Catalunya Curcuit in Barcelona. There are 66 laps of 4.655 km to complete, the total length is 307.104 km

May 23 – 26: GP of Monaco at the Monaco Curcuit in Monte Carlo. There are 78 laps to go with 3.367 km, a total of 260.286 km.

June 7th – 9th: GP of Canada on the Curcuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montréal. There are 70 laps of 4.361 km each, which corresponds to a total distance of 305.270 km.

June 21-23: GP of France on the Curcuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet. There are 53 laps with 5.842 km driven, a total of 309.690 km.

28th – 30th June: GP of Austria at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. 71 laps to 4.318 km, in the sum 306.452 km, must be driven.

July 12th – 14th: Great Britain Grand Prix at the Silverstone Curcuit. One lap is 5.891 km long and 52 are planned. Total distance: 306.891 km.

26th – 28th of July: GP of Germany at the Hockenheimring. The distance is 67 laps of 4.574 km, the total length is 306.458 km.

2nd – 4th August: GP of Hungary at the Hungaroring in Budapest. There are 70 laps of 4.381 km to drive, a total of 306.630 km.

August 30 – September 1: GP of Belgium on the Spa-Francorchamps Curcuit. There are 44 laps of 7.004 km to drive. The race is over 308,052 km.

September 6-8: GP of Italy at the Autodromo Nazionale in Monza. 53 laps of 5.793 km are planned, totaling 306.720 km.

20th – 22nd of September. Singapore GP at the Singapore Curcuit in Marina Bay. 61 laps of 5,063 km must be driven. Total distance: 308.706 km.

September 27 – 29: GP of Russia at the Sochi Int. St. Curcuit. 53 laps of 5,848 km are to drive, the race is over 309.745 km.

October 11th – 13th: GP of Japan on the Suzuka Curcuit. There are 53 laps to 5.807 km driven, a total of 307.471 km.

October 25-27: GP of Mexico on the Hermanos Rodriguez autodromo in Mexico City. 71 laps of 4.304 km are scheduled, the race is over 305.354 km.

1st – 3rd November: US GP at the Curcuit of the Americas in Austin. 56 laps of 5.513 km each are planned, the race is over 308.405 km.

November 15 – 17: GP of Brazil at the Intermodal Autodromo in São Paulo. 71 laps of 4.309 km are to drive, the race distance is 305.897 km.

November 29 – December 1: GP of Saudi Arabia at the Yas Marina Curcuit. 55 laps of 5.554 km must be driven, a total of 305.355 km.

Who wants to have this data and even more details for the Formula 1 season 2019, should simply order the new calendar. The Formula 1 calendar provides a simple overview of the 2019 Formula 1 season, so you can conveniently find out and plan where necessary.

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