New Jersey and Mexico on 22-grand prix 2014 Formula 1 calendar

The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has confirmed a 22-race calendar for the 2014 Formula 1 season

New Jersey and Mexico on 22-grand prix 2014 Formula 1 calendar

The schedule adds the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey as a provisional fixture, with the street event having been absent from the previous draft leaked at the start of the month.

AUTOSPORT revealed during the Singapore GP weekend that the FIA was set to leave a slot open for New Jersey after all.

Mexico and Korea are also listed as provisional.

The new season will again start in Australia on March 16, followed by races in Malaysia and Bahrain, which moves to the third slot rather than the fifth it had in the draft schedule.

The season, the longest in Formula 1 history, will end on November 30 in Brazil.

2014 F1 calendar:

16 March Grand Prix of Australia 30 March Grand Prix of Malaysia 06 April Grand Prix of Bahrain 20 April Grand Prix of China 27 April Grand Prix of Korea (provisional) 11 May Grand Prix of Spain 25 May Grand Prix of Monaco 01 June Grand Prix of America, New Jersey (provisional*) 08 June Grand Prix of Canada 22 June Grand Prix of Austria 06 July Grand Prix of Great Britain 20 July Grand Prix of Germany (Hockenheim) 27 July Grand Prix of Hungary 24 August Grand Prix of Belgium 07 September Grand Prix of Italy 21 September Grand Prix of Singapore 05 October Grand Prix of Russia (Sochi) 12 October Grand Prix of Japan 26 October Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi 09 November Grand Prix of USA (Austin) 16 November Grand Prix of Mexico (provisional*) 30 November Grand Prix of Brazil * Subject to circuit approval 
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