The new home of pre-season testing and the new host of the F1 season opener in recent years. Bahrain kicked off the 2021 season and does so again in 2022.
A new addition to the Formula 1 calendar in 2021 and Saudi Arabia will be keeping its place on the calendar for many years to come. The second race on a record-breaking 23-race calendar.
Back on the Formula 1 calendar after becoming the first casualty on the 2020 schedule due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The event was also postponed in 2021, so 2022 will represent a long overdue return to Melbourne.
The classic Imola circuit was a welcome return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2020 and is back for yet another year in 2022 after helping kick-off the revised 2021 campaign.
A brand-new addition to the Formula 1 calendar, with the race taking place around the outside of the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida as the sport looks to increase its appeal to an American audience.
The Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya is back for another year after a new deal was agreed. Also kicked off the first half of the pre-season testing calendar.
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the jewels in Formula 1's crown. Missed its first race since 1954 due to the pandemic in 2020 but is back in its rightful place on the calendar now.
Another Tilke creation which debuted for the 2016 European Grand Prix. Since then known as the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Becoming a modern classic on the calendar with its long straight and narrow section through the old town.
The Ile Notre-Dame was at the heart of the 1976 Montreal Olympics but now it is famed for its F1 track. Constructed specially every year and named after Canada's favourite F1 driver - the late, great Gilles Villeneuve.
Remains one of THE iconic dates on the F1 calendar. Still one of the fastest tracks in the world, no wonder it is one the drivers love so much. A constant for F1 since 1950 and thankfully its long-term future is now secure.
The Red Bull Ring - formerly the iconic A-1 Ring - no longer has the traits which once made it one of the most exciting tracks on the calendar. It still has its moments and is a second home for Max Verstappen and his Orange Army.
Returned to the F1 calendar in 2018 after a hiatus which began with Alain Prost's victory in 1990. The revamped circuit is located around 40km east of the southern French port of Marseille - not the easiest track to get to.
An ever-present on the F1 calendar since its debut in 1986, but doesn't tend to produce huge excitement. Difficult to overtake here and the track is known as 'Monaco without the barriers'. Hence can turn into a procession.
The longest circuit on the calendar and another of F1's iconic venues - set in a forest in the Belgian countryside. A spectacular test for any driver, featuring the awe-inspiring test that is Eau Rouge and the hairpin at La Source.
Made its long-awaited return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2021, 36 years on from its last F1 World Championship race. A truly orange spectacle as fans flock to see Max Verstappen in action at his home race.
Monza provides a spectacular setting for one of F1's marquee events. The 'tifosi' provide a raucous backdrop to the on-track action at a venue known as 'The Temple Of Speed'. The race Ferrari are always desperate to win.
Played host to the first night race in F1 history on its debut in 2008. Track position key after qualifying due to the nature of the track, but provides a jaw-dropping visual spectacle given the timing of the race, and the location.
A track which drivers take at full throttle for the most part - not surprisingly it is therefore a firm favourite with F1 drivers and fans alike. Played host to the infamous Senna/Prost skirmishes in the late 1980s. Now an iconic venue.
The first purpose-built F1 facility in the United States, and on the calendar since its debut in 2012. The fast-flowing Turns 3 through 6 have echoes of Silverstone's iconic Maggots/Becketts section. Starts with a stiff uphill run to Turn 1.
Revamped in recent years and already becoming a must-see for F1 fans since its return to the calendar in 2015. Its spectacular stadium section is one of the best spots on the F1 landscape. Has a thrilling run to the first corner.
Although modernised and shortened, Interlagos still provides a demanding test for both cars and drivers, whilst it still holds a special place in fans' hearts. Hamilton beat Massa to the title here in 2008.
Provides a unique experience for F1 with its underground pitlane and hotel straddling the track. Provides a real spectacle under lights with a track which encourages more overtaking after recent circuit changes. Home of the hugely controversial 2021 title finale.