Formula 1 announced the provisional race calendar for 2022 on Friday.

The Dutch Grand Prix is ​​then scheduled for September 4, and the fourth of a total of 23 races will not be held in China, but in Imola, Italy.

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The race at Zandvoort will be held around the same time as this year, when Max Verstappen drove to victory in front of frenzied fans on September 5 in the first Dutch Grand Prix since 1985.

Furthermore, the Chinese Grand Prix is ​​not on the calendar for the third year in a row due to the corona pandemic.

The Shanghai race will be replaced by the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix at the Imola circuit, which was also added to the program in 2020 and 2021.

Miami debuts as announced in Formula 1. The race in the parking lot of the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens is scheduled for May 8, two weeks after the race at Imola.

The Formula 1 season, which starts after winter testing in Barcelona (February 21-25) and Bahrain (March 10-12) with the Bahrain GP on March 20, will normally have a record 23 races.

That would actually be the case this year, but due to a number of changes as a result of the corona vicissitudes, the total came to 22.

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