Unsurprisingly, the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey and the proposed return to Mexico are not included on the calendar. The Korean Grand Prix, which has been held since 2010, has also been dropped to slim the schedule down to 19 races.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone expects the race in New Jersey to join the calendar in 2015, saying it has only been postponed.
However, the Austrian Grand Prix will return to the F1 schedule for the first time since 2003 and the Russian Grand Prix will debut in mid-October.
The season will kick-off on the 16th of March in Australia and will end in Abu Dhabi on November 23rd. It will include four back-to-back races, including Japan and Russia, and a four-week break between the races in Hungary and Belgium.
2014 F1 schedule:
16th March: Australian Grand Prix
30th March: Malaysian Grand Prix
6th April: Bahrain Grand Prix
20th April: Chinese Grand Prix
11th May: Spanish Grand Prix
25th May: Monaco Grand Prix
8th June: Canadian Grand Prix
22nd June: Austrian Grand Prix
6th July: British Grand Prix
20th July: German Grand Prix
27th July: Hungarian Grand Prix
24th August: Belgian Grand Prix
7th September: Italian Grand Prix
21st September: Singapore Grand Prix
5th October: Japanese Grand Prix
12th October: Russian Grand Prix
2nd November: United States Grand Prix
9th November: Brazilian Grand Prix
23rd November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
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