While the official calendar is yet to be revealed, the first draft of what it might look like is already circulating in the Formula 1 community.
- The 2022 season calendar is set to include 23 races, including the Miami Grand Prix.
- Monaco is set to adopt the same Friday to Sunday format every other Grand Prix has. The principality and Formula One Management are in a dispute over the race coverage, with the government insisting to keep the production with the state broadcaster, though it drags frustration from the fans over how much action is missed during the event, like we’ve seen it this year with the Lance Stroll replay while Sebastian Vettel was making a move on Pierre Gasly.
|20 March||Bahrain||Bahrain International Circuit|
|27 March||Saudi Arabia||Jeddah Corniche Circuit|
|10 April||Australia||Albert Park|
|24 April||China||Shanghai International Circuit|
|8 May||USA||Miami International Autodrome|
|22 May||Spain||Circuit de Catalunya|
|12 June||Azerbaijan||Baku City Circuit|
|19 June||Canada||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve|
|10 July||Austria||Red Bull Racing|
|17 July||France / Italy||Paul Ricard / Imola|
|25 September||Russia||Sochi Autodrom|
|2 October||Singapore / Turkey||Singapore / Istanbul Park|
|23 October||USA||Circuit of the Americas|
|30 October||Mexico||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez|
|20 November||Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina|