|March 17||AUS||Grand Prix of Australia|
|March 24||MYS||Grand Prix of Malaysia|
|April 14||CHN||Grand Prix of China|
|April 21||BHR||Grand Prix of Bahrain|
|May 12||ESP||Grand Prix of Spain (Barcelona)|
|May 26||MCO||Grand Prix of Monaco|
|June 9||CAN||Grand Prix of Canada|
|June 30||GBR||Grand Prix of Great Britain|
|July 7||DEU||Grand Prix of Germany|
|Jul 21||EUR||No race scheduled|
|July 28||HUN||Grand Prix of Hungary|
|August 25||BEL||Grand Prix of Belgium|
|September 8||ITA||Grand Prix of Italy|
|September 22||SGP||Grand Prix of Singapore|
|October 6||KOR||Grand Prix of Korea|
|October 13||JPN||Grand Prix of Japan|
|October 27||IND||Grand Prix of India|
|November 3||UAE||Grand Prix of AbuDhabi|
|November 17||USA||Grand Prix of USA (Austin)|
|November 24||BRA||Grand Prix of Brazil|
|Correct as at 9.3.13|
There will be 19 races in the 2013 Formula 1 season after the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council met and confirmed there would be no substitute race for the postponed Grand Prix of New Jersey.
In early December last year the FIA rescheduled the 2013 F1 calendar to make space for another European-based Grand Prix. There was talk that Turkey might be reinstated, but nothing has come to fruition.
The short statement from the WMSC concerning Formula 1 read:
FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
It was noted that the negotiations over the Concorde Agreement were proceeding positively in order to be concluded in the near future.
The 2013 calendar was confirmed with 19 races.