FIA cuts German GP from 2015 F1 calendar


The FIA has confirmed that the German Grand Prix has been cut from the 2015 Formula 1 calendar. 

It will be the first time since 1960 that the race has not featured on the F1 calendar.

The Nurburgring was scheduled to host the German GP on July 19, but talks between the circuits new owners and Bernie Ecclestone collapsed over the winter.

Ecclestone pursued a deal with Hockenheim, which hosted the German GP on a rotational basis with the Nurburgring, but circuit officials ruled out holding the race earlier this week.

“The German Grand Prix has been withdrawn as the CRH and promoter did not reach agreement,” the World Motor Sport Council announced on Friday.

Revised 2015 Formula 1 Calendar

March 15 – Australian GP

March 29 – Malaysian GP

April 12 – Chinese GP

April 19 – Bahrain GP

May 10 – Spanish GP

May 24 – Monaco GP

June 7 – Canadian GP

June 21 – Austrian GP

July 5 – British GP

July 26 – Hungarian GP

August 23 – Belgian GP

September 6 – Italian GP

September 20 – Singapore GP

September 27 – Japanese GP

October 11 – Russian GP

October 25 – USA GP

November 1 – Mexican GP

November 15 – Brazilian GP

November 29 – Abu Dhabi GP

Image courtesy of Williams F1 Team


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