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The Sportsbreaks Definitive F1 2022 Calendar

The Sportsbreaks.com Definitive Guide to the F1 2022 Calendar

After a disappointing 2020, which saw just 17 races make up the entire F1 calendar for the year due to the pandemic, last year saw 22 races taking place between March and December with the 23rd race, the Japanese Grand Prix, being cancelled with no replacement found. The F1 2022 Calendar is once again made up of 22 races, across 20 different countries and 5 different continents!

This season promises twists and turns (quite literally), and as ever in Formula 1, excitement and speed are virtually guaranteed!

One thing that we have noticed though, is that finding a definitive guide to the 2022 F1 season seems to be much harder than it ought to be! There are very few places where all the relevant information, stats, and points of interest are all on the same page, which is exactly why we’ve come up with our complete guide to the upcoming season. And while we do have F1 2022 tickets available, you’re more than welcome to just have a read and digest the information we’ve collated. Although our ticket packages have been put together by avid F1 fans just like yourself, we’ve done our utmost to ensure that you have everything in place to make it a memorable Motorsport experience, for all the right reasons!

With tickets, hotels, and even travel options, there are so many reasons to get your official F1 2022 tickets through us. We’re delighted to be able to get you close enough to the action to feel the vibrations from the engines in your chest at 10 of the races in the F1 2022 Calendar. Find your race here!

But enough about us, let’s take a look at the F1 2022 Calendar in a little more detail…

18/03/22
Bahrain GP
Bahrain International Circuit
25/03/22
Saudi Arabia GP
Jeddah Corniche Circuit
8/04/22
Australia GP
Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
22/04/22
Italy GP
Imola Circuit
06/05/22
Miami GP
Hard Rock Stadium (debut race)
22/05/22
Spain GP
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
From £449pp
27/05/22
Monaco GP
Monaco
From £1,100pp
10/06/22
Azerbaijan GP
Baku City Circuit
17/06/22
Canada GP
Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
01/07/22
Britain GP
Silverstone
From £1,100pp
08/07/22
Austria GP
Red Bull Ring
From £1,100pp
22/07/22
France GP
Circuit Paul Ricard
29/07/22
Hungary GP
Hungaroring
From £1,100pp
26/08/22
Belgium GP
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
From £1,100pp
02/09/22
Netherlands GP
Circuit Zandvoort
09/09/22
Italy GP
Monza Eni
From £1,100pp
30/09/22
Singapore GP
Marina Bay Street Circuit
07/10/22
Japan GP
Suzuka International Racing Course
21/10/22
United States GP
Circuit of The Americas
28/10/22
Mexico GP
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
11/11/22
Brazil GP
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
18/11/22
Abu Dhabi GP
Yas Marina
From £1,100pp

F1 2022 Calendar Key Numbers

Shortest Lap - 3.337km (Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo)

Longest Lap - 7.004km (Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium)

Shortest Total Distance - 260.286km (Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo)

Longest Total Distance - 309.69km (Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France)

Fewest Laps - 44 (Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium)

Most Laps - 78 (Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo)

Most F1 Lap Records (2022 Circuit Only) - Lewis Hamilton, 6

Oldest F1 Lap Records (2022 Circuit Only) - 1:24.125 - Michael Schumacher, 2004

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Round 1: Bahrain 18th-20th March

57 laps of the 5.412 km Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir on Sunday, March 20

Total race distance

308.238km.

Lap Record

1:31.447 - Pedro de la Rosa, 2005

1st Grand Prix

2004

Of all the tracks on the F1 circuit, the Jeddah Corniche Circuit is one of the quickest, with average speeds at a staggering 250/km/h, it is 2nd only to the Monza Circuit, otherwise known as the “Temple of Speed” and the fact this is a street circuit makes these speeds all the more impressive. Despite these staggering speeds, this track also has the most corners of any other track!

The designers of the track said: “What we want to see is a race circuit. We don’t want Mickey Mouse circuits. We don’t want those old classic street circuits with 90-degree turns. We want fast sweeping circuits, circuits which are going to challenge the drivers – and they are going to love it.” And boy did they accomplish it!

Last year our own Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap time, can any beat that this year as the 2nd race of the season gets underway, which just so happens to be located on a truly idyllic stretch of the Saudi Arabian coastline!

Round 2: Saudi Arabia: 25th-27th March

50 laps of the 6.174km Jeddah Corniche Circuit on Sunday, March 27.

Total race distance

308.45km.

Lap Record

1:30.734 - Lewis Hamilton 2021

1st Grand Prix

2021

With the drivers having to contend with racing under lights and often a fair amount of wind too, the Bahrain track usually throws up memorable races, with plenty of overtaking, you can expect to see some fiercely contested duels!

When ground for this track was first broken in 2002, the developers had a blank, albeit sandy canvas to work with, and from it, they fashioned one of the more technical tracks on the circuit. Situated in the Bahrain desert, this weekend represents a great chance to get some early season sunshine, and if you fancy your hand at racing, why not pop into the Bahrain International Karting Circuit, which is one of the world's top karting tracks and is conveniently located right next door!

It is sure to be an exhilarating start to the season in Bahrain, but the question is, who will come out on top in this season-opening race?

Round 3: Australia: 8th-10th April

58 laps of the 5.279km Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit on Sunday, April 10.

Total race distance

307.574km

Lap Record

1:24.125 - Michael Schumacher, 2004

1st Grand Prix

1996

Far from an easy circuit, the Melbourne Grand Prix requires drivers to be at their very best at all times, needing a well-sorted chassis, and a reactive front end in order to perform to the highest level. This might be why the lap record set by Michael Schumacher in 2004 still stands to this day!

Our favourite nuance of this particular track is that you can actually drive most of it yourself! Not in an F1 car obviously, but as it was designed using a number of existing roads around Albert Park, you can really get a feel for the track, although obviously not at the same speeds as the pros!

Melbourne is consistently voted as one of the top cities to visit, with plenty of great bars and fantastic restaurants, not to mention the beach, the party atmosphere that comes when F1 rolls into town transform this city into an even more exciting place to be for the weekend!

Round 4: Italy 22nd-24th April

63 laps of the 4.909km Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari Circuit on Sunday, April 24.

Total race distance

309.049km

Lap Record

1:15.484 - Lewis Hamilton, 2020

1st Grand Prix

1981

The Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari Circuit, or Imola, has that old school feel that gets the adrenaline of both fans and drivers alike pumping! The foundations were laid in 1950, and racing at the circuit began in 1953, and took the ‘San Morino’ title from 1981 to 2006, hosting an impressive 27 Grand Prixs in that time.

Nestled with the hills of Tuscany to the south, the infamous beaches of the Adriatic to the east, and the gastronomic delights of Parma, Modena, and Bologna to the west, there are more reasons than just F1 to take you to Imola.

It is a literal thrill ride, for both drivers and fans alike, as the fast circuit has somewhat of a retro feel to it. While it also gives fans an opportunity to pay their respects to Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger, who lost their lives at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.

Round 5: United States 6th-8th May

57 laps of the 5.41km Miami International Autodrome in Miami, Florida, USA, on Sunday, May 8.

Total race distance

308.37km

Lap Record

N/A

1st Grand Prix

2022

This is a temporary circuit that has been designed to feel like a permanent fixture in Miami, with the Hard Rock Cafe as its centre. This spectacular street circuit is making its F1 debut, and it is estimated that drivers will be able to reach speeds of up to 320km/h. And at Sportsbreaks.com, we’ve got the tickets to take you there!

This circuit has been designed with you, the spectators, and the fans in mind, it encourages close racing, all with the utmost safety of the fans and drivers at the forefront of the thinking. And in what may well be an F1 first, you can view the race from the top deck of the Hard Rock Stadium and literally see every corner of the track! Now that's seriously impressive!

And then you have Miami itself, a multicultural melting pot, this vibrant city is sure to impress with its amazing food, sandy beaches and art deco vibe, not a bad place to spend the weekend if you ask us!

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Round 6: Spain 22th-22nd May

66 laps of the 4.675km Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Sunday, May 22.

Total race distance

308.424km

Lap Record

1:18.149 - Max Verstappen, 2021

1st Grand Prix

1991

With a mix of challenging corners, at both high and low speeds, drivers love this track, and they know this track, training hard here during the winter months, and that means plenty of excitement for you, the fans. And being located just outside of Barcelona, it is a great place to spend a few days in the sun as well!

This circuit has a rich racing history, being purpose-built for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics development programme, the first car to do a lap in anger during the 1991 Spanish Touring Car Championship.

And as you are probably aware, there are a multitude of reasons to spend a long weekend in Barcelona. Sun, sea, sand, and plenty of great places to eat or drink.

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Round 7: Monaco 27th-29th May

78 laps of the 3.337km Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo on Sunday, May 29.

Total race distance

260.286km

Lap Record

1:12.909 - Lewis Hamilton, 2021

1st Grand Prix

1950

The iconic streets of the Monaco Circuit twist and turn, and it is a challenge for even the most seasoned drivers. There are limited opportunities for overtaking here so qualifying high up the grid is of paramount importance!

This is (sort of) definitely the oldest track on the circuit, as the foundations were laid, well, in 1215, or at least that's when Monaco was initially established as a colony of Genoa. Since then, revving engines began to reverberate around the city in 1929, and since 1955, it has been the stage for a Grand Prix every year.

A French Riveria holiday, coupled with intimate street racing make this a holiday you’ll remember for a long, long time. And you can always walk the course of the track after the day's lapping is done!

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Round 8: Azerbaijan 10th-12th June

51 laps of the 6.003km Baku City Circuit on Sunday, June 12.

Total race distance

306.049km

Lap Record

1:43.009 - Charles Leclerc, 2019

1st Grand Prix

2016

The newest street circuit on the F1 Calendar, Baku joins the likes of Monaco, Singapore and Melbourne as a street circuit spectacular, which are always great viewing for the fans in attendance.

A mix of tight turns and then that incredibly long straight means teams must choose between reduced drag or increased downforce. As in Monaco, here even the slightest mistakes are punished!

A city that's always got a certain buzz around it, is only heightened when F1 comes into town. And if you like food, then you’ll love Baku, as food is a key part of the culture of Azerbaijan, incorporating Middle Eastern and Turkish influences.

Round 9: Canada 17th-19th June

70 laps of the 4.361km Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal on Sunday, June 19.

Total race distance

305.27km

Lap Record

1:13.078 - Valtteri Bottas, 2019

1st Grand Prix

1978

A stop-start track, with lots of heavy braking chicanes as well as that famous hairpin bend, this low-downforce track is designed for speed in between the corners. One of the driver's favourites, and one that is loved by the fans.

Often referred to as one of F1’s most laid back venues, the left backdrop of the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve became home to the Canadian Grand Prix in 1978, where fittingly, a certain Gilles Villeneuve claimed his maiden win on a track that would later become his namesake.

Montrealean’s really embrace F1 weekend, with the week leading up to the race transforming this charming town into an F1 themed party town, which is an atmosphere that you’ll want to experience for yourself.

Round 10: Great Britain 1st-3rd July

52 laps of the 5.891km Silverstone Circuit on Sunday, July 3

Total race distance

306.198km

Lap Record

1:27.097 - Max Verstappen, 2020

1st Grand Prix

1950

Does Silverstone really need an introduction? Packed full of character, and consistently one of the fastest tracks on the circuit, Silverstone is not one to be missed!

The foundations for this iconic circuit were laid in 1942, although unwittingly, as those laying the perimeter road for the RAF Silverstone airfield could hardly have known that 80 years later, their road would have seen over 70 years of high octane racing action.

Us Brits just love race day at Silverstone, and we, along with many others consider Silverstone to be one of the great motorsport Cathedrals. And it might just be the best atmosphere on the circuit, but you’ll have to go for yourself and tell us what you think!

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Round 11: Austria: 8th-10th July

71 laps of the 4.318km Red Bull Ring in Spielberg on Sunday, July 10.

Total race distance

306km

Lap Record

1:05.619 - Carlos Sainz, 2020

1st Grand Prix

1970

The fearsome, original Osterreichring was originated in 1969, and the track known today as the Red Bull Ring was more or less created over the winter of 1995-6, when Hermann Tilke was engaged to turn the Osterreichring into a shorter, more modern race track.

Small but mighty, and with plenty packed into its short circuit. At the Red Bull Ring, the drivers might as well have wings as they navigate the quick corners and the power rewarding straights. And you’ll have 71 chances to watch the action unfold before you!

There are few, in any racetracks that have surroundings that can compare to the Red Bull Ring, which is set in an idyllic natural bowl in the Styrian mountains. And while this may make for a very pleasant environment, we all know that the real reason you’ll be going to the Austrian Grand Prix is to visit the museum in Graz dedicated to the city’s favourite son: Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Round 12: France 22nd-24th July

53 laps of the 5.842km Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet on Sunday, July 24.

Total race distance

309.69km

Lap Record

1:32.740 - Sebastian Vettel, 2019

1st Grand Prix

1971

It took less than a year for racing to begin here after work commenced in 1969, and it was quickly a hit on the circuit, with the inaugural race being won by Jackie Stewart in his Tyrell 003.

With an even mix of high, medium and low-speed corners, this circuit is one that has been known to see plenty of overtaking throughout the years, making it as challenging for the drivers as it is entertaining for the fans.

Venture just 10km south of this historic circuit and you’ll find yourself on the Frech Riveria, world-renowned for its stunning beaches, quaint harborside towns, great food, and of course, local, French wine.

Round 13: Hungary 29th-31st July

70 laps of the 4.381km Hungaroring in Budapest on Sunday, July 31.

Total race distance

306.63km

Lap Record

1:16.627 - Lewis Hamilton, 2020

1st Grand Prix

1986

The astonishing Hungarong Circuit took just 9-months to complete after work began in 1985 when the Hungarian government gave the green light to the construction of a purpose-built facility to host Formula 1.

With a lack of straights, you often hear this circuit referred to as a Go-Karting Circuit, only here, the Go-Karts are on steroids! Here the F1 cars must find a good rhythm, with many teams sacrificing horsepower for a well-sorted chassis. The resemblance to a karting circuit really is uncanny, with a distinct lack of straights meaning corners string together in a series that will really test a driver, and their cars, to their limits.

And you’re only 20km from Budapest, one of Europe's most bustling cities, and as Hungary is hot in July, you’ll be pleased to know that the track is close to a waterpark, which is surely a great way to cool off.

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Round 14: Belgium 26th-28th August

44 laps of the 7.004km Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday, August 28.

Total race distance

308.052km

Lap Record

1:46.286 - Valtteri Bottas, 2018

1st Grand Prix

1950

While it may still be the longest track on the circuit at 7.004km, the track redevelopment in 1979 actually halved the length of the original circuit which was created way back in 1921. Initially, the amazing 14.9km circuit took drivers through the forests and rolling hills of the beautiful Ardennes region.

A mix of challenging corners and long, speed inducing straights allow drivers here to push their cars right to their limits! Another circuit that is equally loved by fans and drivers alike.

This really is one of the classic tracks anywhere in Europe, and probably the world, and there is so much to love here! And it shows as this track is a clear fans favourite, with record numbers, some 265,000 spectators in attendance for the 2017 race.

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Round 15: Netherlands 2nd-4th September

72 laps of the 4.259km Circuit Zandvoort on Sunday, September 4.

Total race distance

306.587km

Lap Record

1:11.097 - Lewis Hamilton, 2021

1st Grand Prix

1952

Old School? Crazy? Insane? Take your pick! The Circuit Zandvoort is quick, and then some! With a rollercoaster-like feel, the drivers here will really take the fans in attendance for a ride!

When it first opened in 1948, it was part of the wave of post-war, motorsport enthusiasm that gripped Europe, and it’s never looked back since. If you’re anything of a film buff as well as an F1 fan, you’re probably already aware that this circuit is famously featured in John Frankenheimer’s Grand Prix, and has been the scene of many great F1 moments over the years.

Anytime Max Verstappen comes to town you can guarantee that the atmosphere will be nothing short of electric, and it may just be the biggest reception for any “home-town racer” you’ll find on the F1 circuit. And of course, the beachside location isn’t too bad either! Not to mention, you’re only a 30-minute train ride away from Amsterdam, so why not take a day trip!

Round 16: Italy 9th-11th September

53 laps of the 5.793km Autodromo Nazionale Monza on Sunday, September 11.

Total race distance

306.72km

Lap Record

1:21.046 - Rubens Barrichello, 2004

1st Grand Prix

1950

The Temple of Speed! The Monza Circuit! Celebrating its 100th birthday this year! Constructed in a mere 110 days, way back in 1922, that set the tone for speed at this circuit, and since then, neither drivers nor fans have looked back!

There are few circuits that inspire drivers and yet set fear into their hearts quite like the Monza Circuit. At the time of completion, it was only the 3rd purpose-built race circuit anywhere in the world.

And it is, of course, situated just north of the fashion capital of Italy, and possibly the world, Milan, and this leafy setting make for a relaxed and exhilarating weekend of racing. Watching a few laps here and you will be in no doubt that you have witnessed racing on one of the genuinely special circuits anywhere in the world.

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Round 17: Singapore 30th-2nd September/October

61 laps of the 5.063km Marina Bay Street Circuit on Sunday, October 2.

Total race distance

308.706km

Lap Record

1:41.905 - Kevin Magnussen, 2018

1st Grand Prix

2008

The Marina Bay Circuit only arrived on the scene in 2008, but it quickly established itself as one of the standout events on the calendar. The city's famous skyline provides a staggering backdrop, and the initial circuit’s design, done by Herman Tilke, was refined by KBR Inc, and the city, nor the F1 calendar, have looked back since.

A bumpy surface and virtually guaranteed humid conditions make this track one of the most physically demanding races on the calendar for both drivers and cars. And in case you didn’t know, the cars actually pass under a grandstand at Turn 18!

Few tracks on the circuit can boast a culture and an atmosphere as unique as you will find in Singapore. With an incredibly bar and cocktail scene, backed up by some truly stunning, local Singaporean food, a weekend here and you’ll be wanting to stay.

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Round 18: Japan 7th-9th October

53 laps of the 5.807km Suzuka International Racing Course on Sunday, October 9.

Total race distance

307.471km

Lap Record

1:30.983 - Lewis Hamilton, 2019

1st Grand Prix

1987

Japanese culture is synonymous with politeness and dignity, but the Suzuka Internation Racing Course shatters those notions. This high speed, high octane and highly challenging track is loved by drivers, and is sure to get the adrenaline of both fans and drivers pumping, and for good reason! With snaking curves, corners that reward bravery and commitment, this track is, and will always be, one of the ultimate tests in racing.

While the original plans for the circuit initially had the track passing under itself 3 full times, we had to settle for the infamous “crossover,” which isn’t too bad! This was all the brainchild of Soichiro Honda, who wanted his own test track for a certain well-known car company to test their cars on (the clue is in the name).

Over the years this track has experienced its fair share of legendary moments, and backed by an avid local crown, whose dress-up antics may just surprise you, and a fantastic local cruise, why wouldn’t you want to go?

Round 19: United States 21st-23rd October

56 laps of the 5.513km Circuit of The Americas in Austin on Sunday, October 23.

Total race distance

308.405km

Lap Record

1:36.169 - Charles Leclerc, 2019

1st Grand Prix

2012

America has a new Motorsport darling! That’s right, it’s time for NASCAR to move over and share some of the love that America has for torque and horsepower! Often attracting crowds of 100,000+, this is an event you’ll want to keep an eye out for.

You may have heard of Austin’s officially unofficial slogan, but like us, you probably haven’t. “Keep Austin Wierd,” tells you just about everything you need to know about this fun-loving city that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Boasting great food and a vibrant nightlife, Austin can probably lay a claim to being America’s coolest city, but we won't be deciding that here!

It’s common knowledge that Americans love a party. And that is exactly what you get on F1 weekend! Again, it’s an atmosphere that you’ll not want to miss!

Round 20: Mexico 28th-30th October

71 laps of the 4.304km Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City on Sunday, October 30.

Total race distance

305.354km

Lap Record

1:17.774 - Valtteri Bottas, 2021

1st Grand Prix

1963

If you’re a fan of breathless racing, then this track which sits around 2km above sea level is quite literally what you’ve been looking for. And while the intimidating Peralta Corner has now been bypassed, this is still one of the most unique tracks anywhere on the F1 Circuit.

The father of Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, the country's most infamous racing brothers, came up with the idea of building a racing circuit in Mexico City’s Magdalena Mixiuhca sports park using the existing internal roads (racing must run in the family). Luckily, he was an advisor to the Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateo, and after a word in his ear, work began in 1959 and was completed in under a year.

Fast forward to now and the Mexican Grand Prix gives fans the opportunity to experience Mexico’s unique blend of culture and sport, in an exhilarating manner. With this vibrant and buzzing metropolis just waiting to wow you.

Round 21: Brazil 11th-13th November

71 laps of the 4.309km Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Brazil on Sunday, November 13.

Total race distance

305.879km

Lap Record

1:10.540 - Valtteri Bottas, 2018

1st Grand Prix

1973

A carnival atmosphere is sure to await you, despite the lack of a home town driver, at this old school, pre-World War II track, which features high, banked corners.

Commonly known as Interlagos, construction began way back in 1938, with inspiration being taken from Brooklands in the UK, Roosevelt Raceway in the USA and Montlhery in France.

If you are a fan of big cities, and the big city buzz that is found in them, you’ll fall in love with Sao Paulo, and while favelas or shanty towns still dominate the suburbs, the city centre is on the up, in a big way. A multicultural melting pot, this city has a large number of “émigrés” who all contribute to the variety of food, drink and culture on display.

Round 22: Abu Dhabi 18th-20th November

58 laps of the 5.281km Yas Marina Circuit on Yas Island on Sunday, November 20.

Total race distance

306.183km

Lap Record

1:26.103 - Max Verstappen, 2021

1st Grand Prix

2009

The final race of the F1 2022 takes place in Abu Dhabi, with the track dominated by the iconic 1.2km straight virtually guaranteeing overtaking and excitement, along with slower speed, tighter corners that make it a tricky track to navigate.

In 2006 plans were made public, showing the intention to turn a sandy, Yas Island into a major tourism destination. And after only 11 years, and a staggering $40 billion later, the sandy blank canvas was just that. Boasting 7 stunning hotels, along with a golf course, a theme park, a water park, a shopping centre, Ferrari’s indoor theme park, as well as a concert arena, a nightclub, and of course, the beaches.

That should be enough to keep you thoroughly entertained on your weekend break, right?

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