We are into February already, which means that we are now just a little over a month away from the start of the 2022 Formula One season. We can only hope that this year’s race for the World Championship is as exciting as what we saw in 2021, although we are still waiting to hear of Lewis Hamilton will even take part. While we wait for that announcement, we can take a quick look at all 23 races in the schedule this season so you can keep planning your bets against the Formula 1 Odds.
Betting Rundown of all 23 Races this F1 Season
2022 Formula 1 Calendar – This Season Races
March 20 – Bahrain Grand Prix – This will be the second straight season in which Bahrain will serve as the opening race location of the year. This race will come after a couple of rounds of test runs, one of which will be in Bahrain.
March 27 – Saudi Arabia Grand Prix – A bit of a change to the schedule, as this is a race that had been traditionally run later in the season.
April 10 – Australian Grand Prix – After a couple of weeks off, the drivers will head Down Under for the Aussie Grand Prix. A welcome return for a race that has been off the schedule for the last couple of years.
April 24 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – This is the first of two races in Italy this season, with the other coming much later in the year.
May 8 – Miami Grand Prix – The first of two races in the United States and the first running of this particular Grand Prix. Miami should prove to be an exciting location for F1.
May 22 – Spanish Grand Prix – There is a longer European stretch coming later in the season, but this race will whet the appetites of European fans.
May 29 – Monaco Grand Prix – Arguably the most iconic race on the schedule every year and the one that even the most casual F1 fan will tune into.
June 12 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix – One of the lesser-known locations in F1, but also a race that regularly delivers some surprises.
June 19 – Canadian Grand Prix – It’s off to Montreal we go for another bout of racing in North America. Just one more pit stop in this part of the world to come.
July 3 – British Grand Prix – It will certainly be interesting to see how British fans react if Lewis Hamilton does decide to skip this season.
July 10 – Austrian Grand Prix – Only one race in Austria this season, with the Styrian Grand Prix removed from the schedule this year.
July 24 – French Grand Prix – The European stretch of races continues with a trip to France.
July 31 – Hungarian Grand Prix – As mentioned earlier, we have a long European stretch of races before we get to the homestretch.
August 28 – Belgian Grand Prix – The drivers come off a well-earned break and head to Belgium for the next race.
September 4 – Dutch Grand Prix – The European portion of the schedule continues in the Netherlands.
September 11 – Pirelli Grand Prix – This is the second and final stop in Italy for the season.
September 25 – Russian Grand Prix – F1 bids farewell to Europe for the season before going much further afield.
October 2 – Singapore Grand Prix – We head to Asia for the first of two races in that part of the world.
October 9 – Japanese Grand Prix – We are in the final stretch of races now, with just 4 to come after this one.
October 23 – Aramco Grand Prix – It’s back to the US and a visit to Austin for this one.
October 30 – Mexican Grand Prix – Always a great stop on the F1 calendar.
November 13 – Brazilian Grand Prix – The lone stop in South America serves as the penultimate race of the season.
November 20 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – The final race of the season, where we hopefully won’t see the same controversy as last season.