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FIA confirms final 2019 Formula 1 calendar

Formula 1's 2019 schedule was officially confirmed by the FIA following Wednesday's meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in St. Petersburg. There have been no changes to the venues or their number since the release of a provisional calendar back in September, with 21 races appearing on the docket. Following F1's long lasting tradition, the season will kick off in Australia on March 17, a week earlier than in 2018, and will end once again at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi on December 1. Silverstone boss won't pay 'any price' to retain British GP Bahrain and China will no longer be run back-to-back while teams will be spared this year's triple-header strain that took place in the early part of...
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