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Australia set to regain status as season-opener next year as F1 reveals 2025 calendar

Formula One has announced the calendar of the 2025 F1 season which will see the Australian Grand Prix regain its status as the season-opening round next season while the Bahrain and the Saudi Arabian races move back due to Ramadan. The FIA and Formula 1 have announced the calendar for the 2025 season which will mark the 75th anniversary of the FIA Formula One World Championship. The calendar features 24 races and will commence in Australia on 16 March and conclude in Abu Dhabi on 7 December. Ramadan will be throughout March in 2025, and therefore the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix will be held in April. The changes made to the calendar in 2024 to create a better geographical flow of...
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