Twenty-one races are scheduled for the 2017 Formula One world championship, although Canada, Brazil and Germany are still to be confirmed, the World Council of the sport's governing body said Wednesday.
The 2017 season will start in Melbourne on March 26 and finish in Abu Dhabi nine months later.
Singapore, in the last year of its current deal, has switched slots with Malaysia for next season.
The 2017 calendar will be confirmed at the next meeting of the World Council in Vienna on November 30.
2017 F1 world championship schedule:
- March 26: Australia (Melbourne)
- April 9: China (Shanghai)
- April 16: Bahrain (Sakhir)
- April 30: Russia (Sochi)
- May 14: Spain (Barcelona)
- May 28: Monaco
- June 11: Canada (Montreal)
- June 18: Europe (Baku, Azerbaijan)
- July 2: Austria (Red Bull Ring, Spielberg)
- July 9: Great Britain (Silverstone)
- July 23: Hungary (Hungaroring, Budapest)
- July 30: Germany (Hockenheim)
- August 27: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
- September 3: Italy (Monza)
- September 17: Malaysia (Sepang)
- October 1: Singapore
- October 8: Japan (Suzuka)
- October 22: United States (Austin)
- November 5: Mexico
- November 12: Brazil (Interlagos, Sao Paolo)
- November 26: Abu Dhabi (UAE)