Friday, January 18, 2008

FORMULA 1 : SCHEDULE FOR 2008 SEASON

FORMULA 1 : SCHEDULE FOR 2008 SEASON


In 2008, there will be 18 races with the season starting on the 16th of March in Australia and ending on the 2nd of November in Brazil. Grands Prix in Valencia and Singapore have been added while the US Grand Prix has been dropped. Most events will be held around their usual time expect for the Turkish Grand Prix which has been moved to May from August. There will be 3 back to back races (Australia - Malaysia, Belgium - Italy and Japan - China.

16 March
Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Melbourne - Australia)

Formula 1 Results

23 March
Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia)
Formula 1 Results

6 April
Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix (Sakhir - Bahrain)
Formula 1 Results

27 April
Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix (Barcelona - Spain)
Formula 1 Results

11 May
Turkish Formula 1 Grand Prix (Istanbul - Turkey)
Formula 1 Results

25 May
Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix (Monaco)

Formula 1 Results


08 June
Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Montreal - Canada)

Formula 1 Results

22 June
French Formula 1 Grand Prix (Magny Cours - France)

Formula 1 Results


06 July
British Formula 1 Grand Prix (Silverstone - Great Britain)
Formula 1 Results


20 July
German Formula 1 Grand Prix (Hockenheim - Germany)

Formula 1 Results


03 August
Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Budapest - Hungary)
Formula 1 Results

24 AugustEuropean Formula 1 Grand Prix (Valencia - Spain)

07 September
Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps - Belgium)
Formula 1 Results

14 September
Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Monza - Italy)
Formula 1 Results

28 SeptemberSingapore Formula 1 Grand Prix (Singapore) - New Night Race
12 October
Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix (Fuji - Japan)
Formula 1 Results

19 October
Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix (Shanghai - China)

Formula 1 Results

02 November
Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Sao Paulo - Brazil)
Formula 1 Results

2 comments:

PARKER said...

This season I have big plans for formula1. I participated in a raffle where we can win Formula1 driving course. Wish I could end up in the driver seat of the formula1 car, Thank you.

Ram said...

Quite an Interesting post there - the seasons going to be a cracker - with no ABS and traction - the real talents will be spotted.

This is also to let u know that F1's newest entrant Force India F1 will be launching its car soon. Feb 7. is the launch date. Bernie Eccelstone is supposed to be there.


Also id like to tell u that Force India F1 has an official Fan club. It can be accessed on Club Force

You'll find a lot of discussions like these. So do visit and hopefully blog about it:) - lets make the numbers of F1's smallest team bigger! May the Force be With You.