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Saturday, October 16, 2021

F2 & F3 calendars confirmed for 2022 with biggest-ever seasons, both F1 support

F2 have 28 races, & F3 18 calendars races confirmed for 2022 with biggest-ever seasons for both F1 support championships.




The 2022 Formula 2 and Formula 3 calendars have been announced and the second tier is set for its largest-ever season, comprising of a bumper 14 rounds, with the third tier joining Formula 1 and F2 at nine of those.


The FIA Formula 2 Championship has announced a record 14-round calendar for the 2022 season that will comprise of 28 races on the Formula 1 support bill.


Covering 14 rounds, the campaign will start on the weekend of 18-20 March in Bahrain and will follow F1 to Saudi Arabia the following week.


with its final two rounds taking place in Russia on 23-25 September and Abu Dhabi on 18-20 November.



2022 Formula 2 calendar Full schedule dates times, event venues, tracks, Latest Updates:



18-20 March  --             Sakhir, Bahrain

25-27 March --           Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

22-24 April --              Imola, Italy*

20-22 May --              Barcelona, Spain*

27-29 May --              Monte Carlo, Monaco

10-12 June --              Baku, Azerbaijan

1-3 July --                    Silverstone, Great Britain

8-10 July --                  Spielberg, Austria

29-31 July --                Budapest, Hungary

26-28 August --          Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

2-4 September --        Zandvoort, Netherlands

9-11 September --      Monza, Italy

23-25 September --     Sochi, Russia

18-20 November --      Yas Marina, UAE


* Subject to contract



2022 Formula 3 calendar Full schedule dates times, event venues, tracks, Latest Updates:



FIA Formula 3 has also confirmed its calendar, with nine rounds in support of F2 and F1.


Each round will see two races – one sprint race on Saturday, with a feature race on Sunday, with both series featuring on the same weekends again for the first time since 2020.


The campaign will open at the Bahrain International Circuit at F1's season opener from 18-20 March, before flying back to Europe for its second round at Imola on 22-24 April.


18-20 March --         Sakhir, Bahrain

22-24 April --             Imola, Italy*

20-22 May --             Barcelona, Spain*

1-3 July --                  Silverstone, Great Britain

8-10 July --                Spielberg, Austria

29-31 July --              Budapest, Hungary

26-28 August --        Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

2-4 September --      Zandvoort, Netherlands

9-11 September --    Monza, Italy


* Subject to contract...




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