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10 December: The World Motorsport Council today approved the 2005 Formula 1 Schedule. The final calendar contains 19 races and a few events have been shifted from their original dates despite being confirmed in the previous provisional calendar. Several of the final dates are taking place on dates not previously blocked for Formula 1.

The French Grand Prix which was provisional on the 17th of April is now confirmed to be held on the 3rd of July.
The San Marino Grand Prix which was provisional on the 24th of April is now confirmed to be held on the same date.
The European Grand Prix is now confirmed on the 29th of May (Date not blocked previously).
The United States Grand Prix is now confirmed on the 19th of June  (Date not blocked previously).
The British Grand Prix which was provisional on the 3rd of July is now confirmed to be held on the 10th of July.  (Date not blocked previously).
The German Grand Prix has been moved a weed to the 24th of July despite being confirmed in the provisional calendar.  (Date not blocked previously).
Finally the Chinese Grand Prix is now confirmed on the 16th of October.  (Date not blocked previously).

In 2005 there will be 2 3-week breaks; 1 between the Bahrain Grand Prix and the San Marino Grand Prix (3 April - 24 April) and the other between the Hungarian Grand Prix and the Turkish Grand Prix (31 July - 21 August).

There will be 5 back to back races in 2005; the Monaco and European events (22 & 29 May), the Canadian and United States events (12 & 19 June), the French and British events (3 & 10 July), the German and Hungarian events (24 & 31 August) and the Japanese and Chinese events (9 & 16 October).

2005 will be a very busy Formula 1 season!

2005 Formula 1 Schedule

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