F1 2019: Australian Grand Prix Dates Locked

Australian GP organizers have scheduled the dates of March 15-17 for the F1 season opener.


Formula 1 will host its first ever season launch event ahead of the first race in Australia in March.


This fan event will be held at Melbourne’s Federation Square on the Wednesday of race week, where all the 20 drivers and team bosses will participate.


Sean Bratches, F1’s Commercial Chief said “Since 1996, except on two occasions, Formula 1, the greatest spectacle in the world, has kicked off its year in Melbourne”


“There really couldn’t be a location better than this fantastic city. The passion, knowledge and enthusiasm of the Melbourne crowd deserved a special thanks and this is why we have decided to organise the first ever season launch event in the history of the sports” he added.


F1 teams are at the moment gearing up to launch their all- new 2019 cars in mid- February, with most challengers to be revealed in the week before winter testing begins at Barcelona.


2019 F1 pre-season test dates:


Test One: February 18-21


Test Two: February 26-March 1


2019 F1 race calendar:


1. Australia - March 17


2. Bahrain - March 31


3. China - April 14


4. Azerbaijan - April 28


5. Spain - May 12


6. Monaco - May 26


7. Canada - June 9


8. France - June 23


9. Austria - June 30


10. Great Britain - July 14


11. Germany - July 28


12. Hungary - August 4


13. Belgium - September 1


14. Italy - September 8


15. Singapore - September 22


16. Russia - September 29


17. Japan - October 13


18. Mexico - October 27


19. USA - November 3


20. Brazil - November 17


21. Abu Dhabi - December 1



2019 F1 team launches:


Mercedes: February 13


Ferrari: February 15


Red Bull: TBC


Renault: February 12 (Season Launch)


Haas: TBC


McLaren: February 14


Racing Point F1: February 13


Sauber: February 18


Toro Rosso: February 11


Williams: TBC



2019 F1 driver line-up


Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton Valtteri Bottas


Ferrari: Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc


Red Bull: Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly


Renault: Nico Hulkenberg, Daniel Ricciardo


Racing Point F1: Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll


Haas: Kevin Magnussen, Romain Grosjean


McLaren: Carlos Sainz Jr, Lando Norris


Sauber: Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi


Toro Rosso: Daniil Kvyat, Alexander Albon


Williams: George Russell, Robert Kubica

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