Grand Prix of America and Circuit of The Americas dates on provisional 2013 F1 Calendar

 

 

 

The 2013 provisional calendar shows both American F1 races scheduled for next year with a June 16th date at the Grand Prix of America circuit in West New York/Weehawken.  As expected, it’s 1 week after the Canadian Grand Prix in nearby Montreal.

Circuit of the Americas will keep it’s Fall timeframe with November 17th as the scheduled date, 1 week before the Thanksgiving holiday.

This schedule is subject to approval by the FIA at a September 28 meeting, but should be a leading indicator for American F1 fans when to plan holiday travel for next year.  Valencia has been dropped from the calendar to make room for the New Jersey race.

 

2013 Formula 1 calendar (Provisional)

March 17 Australia (Melbourne)
March 24 Malaysia (Sepang)
April 14 China (Shanghai)
April 21 Bahrain (Sakhir)
May 12 Spain (Barcelona)
May 26 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
June 9 Canada (Montreal)
June 16 America (New Jersey) *
June 30 Britain (Silverstone)
July 21 Germany (Hockenheim)
July 28 Hungary (Hungaroring)
September 1 Belgium (Spa)
September 8 Italy (Monza)
September 22 Singapore (Marina Bay) *
October 6 Japan (Suzuka)
October 13 Korea (Yeongam) *
October 27 India (Buddh International Circuit)
November 3 Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)
November 17 United States (Austin)
November 24 Brazil (Interlagos)

* subject to finalized contract and circuit completion

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One Response to Grand Prix of America and Circuit of The Americas dates on provisional 2013 F1 Calendar

  1. ProjectVRD

    I don’t mean to be pedantic (we F1 fans can be at times lol) but it slightly irked me where you said “The 2013 provisional calendar shows both American F1 races scheduled for next year …”

    The good thing about F1 is that although both races are located in United States of America, only one of them is the American Gran Prix because the other is the North American Gran Prix which means Canada, Mexico and the Carribean region have claim to it as well. Just like the European Gran Prix that was held in Valencia, Spain.

    🙂

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