Formula 1

German Grand Prix dropped from 2015 F1 calendar

2014 German Grand Prix

It’s official, the German Grand Prix has been removed from the 2015 F1 calendar. The move was ratified last Friday by the World Motor Sport Council with this small disclaimer that:

“The German Grand Prix has been withdrawn as the CRH [commercial rights holder] and promoter did not reach agreement.”

A revised 19-race calendar can be viewed after the break.

[Source: FIA | Thanks to Stu for the tip]

RoundDateGrand Prix
115 MarchAUSTRALIA (Melbourne)
229 MarchMALAYSIA (Sepang)
312 AprilCHINA (Shanghai)
419 AprilBAHRAIN (Sakhir)
510 MaySPAIN (Barcelona)
624 MayMONACO (Monaco)
77 JuneCANADA (Montreal)
821 JuneAUSTRIA (Red Bull Ring)
95 JulyBRITAIN (Silverstone)
1026 JulyHUNGARY (Budapest)
1123 AugustBELGIUM (Spa)
126 SeptemberITALY (Monza)
1320 SeptemberSINGAPORE (Marina Bay)
1427 SeptemberJAPAN (Suzuka)
1511 OctoberRUSSIA (Sochi)
1625 OctoberUSA (Austin)
171 NovemberMEXICO (Mexico City)
1815 NovemberBRAZIL (Interlagos)
1929 NovemberABU DHABI (Yas Marina)

One reply on “German Grand Prix dropped from 2015 F1 calendar”

And that was going to be one of the races broadcast on both Sky/Fox and Ten. Bummer if you only have FTA TV!

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