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First dates on the 2019 calendar finally revealed

The first eight dates have been set for the 2019 season. It has been confirmed that it will run into December. An F1 season hasn't gone into December since 1963. The season finale, in Abu Dhabi, has been pushed back a week likely to accommodate for the extra Grand Prix in Miami. First F1 dates for 2019 are set:AUS: Mar 17BAH: Mar 31CHI: Apr 14AZE: Apr 28: May 12MON: May 26CAN: Jun 9...ABU: Dec 1Find more paddock news from Silverstone in our AMuS "Radio Fahrerlager" feature (in German):https://t.co/FqGMRwQpuO — Tobi Grüner (@tgruener) July 11, 2018 The 1,000th Grand Prix will take place in China on April 14th. The start of the season has been pushed forward a week...
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