The 2017 Formula One race season will host five back-to-back race weekends, that will begin with the traditional Australian Grand prix in downunder Australia in the last weekend of March and conclude on, the last weekend of November in Abu Dhabi.
The main changes from the provisional calendar issued in September are Malaysia and Singapore switching places, the absence of the race in Germany, and Baku moving a week earlier, avoiding a clash with the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
|Australian Grand Prix - Albert Park - Melbourne, Australia||Sun, Mar 26 / 1: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Chinese Grand Prix - Shanghai International Circuit - Shanghai, China||Sun, Apr 9 / 2: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Bahrain Grand Prix - Bahrain International Circuit - Sakhir, Bahrain||Sun, Apr 16 / 11: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Russian Grand Prix - Sochi Autodrom - Sochi, Russia||Sun, Apr 30 / 8: 00a ET (CNBC)||Nico Rosberg|
|Spanish Grand Prix - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya - Barcelona, Spain||Sun, May 14 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Max Verstappen|
|Monaco Grand Prix - Circuit de Monaco - Monte Carlo, Monaco||Sun, May 28 / 8: 00a ET (NBC)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Canadian Grand Prix - Circuit Gilles Villeneuve - Montreal, PQ||Sun, Jun 11 / 2: 00p ET (NBCS)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix - Baku City Circuit - Baku, Azerbaijan||Sun, Jun 25 / 9: 00a ET (NBCS)|
|Austrian Grand Prix - Red Bull Ring - Spielberg, Austria||Sun, Jul 9 / 8: 00a ET (CNBC)||Lewis Hamilton|
|British Grand Prix - Silverstone Circuit - Silverstone, England||Sun, Jul 16 / 8: 00a ET (CNBC)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Hungarian Grand Prix - Hungaroring - Budapest, Hungary||Sun, Jul 30 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Belgian Grand Prix - Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps - Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium||Sun, Aug 27 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Italian Grand Prix - Autodromo di Monza - Monza, Italy||Sun, Sep 3 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Singapore Grand Prix - Marina Bay Street Circuit - Singapore, Singapore||Sun, Sep 17 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|Malaysian Grand Prix - Sepang International Circuit - Sepang, Malaysia||Sun, Oct 1 / 3: 00a ET (NBCS)||Daniel Ricciardo|
|Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka International Racing Course - Suzuka, Japan||Sun, Oct 8 / 1: 00a ET (NBCS)||Nico Rosberg|
|United States Grand Prix - Circuit of the Americas - Austin, TX||Sun, Oct 22 / 3: 00p ET (NBC)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Mexican Grand Prix - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Mexico City, Mexico||Sun, Oct 29 / 3: 00p ET (NBC)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Brazilian Grand Prix - Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos) - Sao Paulo, Brazil||Sun, Nov 12 / 11: 00a ET (NBCS)||Lewis Hamilton|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Yas Marina Circuit - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates||Sun, Nov 26 / 8: 00a ET (NBCS)||Lewis Hamilton|
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