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Melbourne, Australia (March 26)

The 2017 F1 season returns to Melbourne where the party atmosphere has become very popular with both drivers and fans. Many fans will be hoping for royal vegas casino in the Australian city. The circuit sees the F1 drivers complete 58 laps with a race distance of over 307km.

Shanghai, China (April 9)

Shanghai International Circuit hosts the Heineken Chinese Grand Prix on April 9. Nico Rosberg claimed victory here last term, with the track hosting F1 races since 2004.

Bahrain, Bahrain (April 16)

As with Shanghai, Bahrain propelled itself onto the F1 stage by hosting the 2004 F1 Grand Prix. The 5.4km track sees drivers complete 57 laps with a race distance of over 308km.

Sochi, Russia (April 30)

Nico Rosberg set a record time of 1:39.094 at the Sochi Autodrom in 2016 and the 55,000-capacity circuit plays host to 2017 F1 on April 30th 2017.

Barcelona, Spain (May 14)

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is familiar amongst drivers and fans. Testing of the F1 cars is carried out on this track and the 2017 season will be no different. Between February 27th and March 2nd, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will see the cars put through their paces, and again between March 7th and March 10th 2017.

Monte Carlo, Monaco (May 28)

The Monaco Grand Prix is probably the most famous circuit, and the one that every driver dreams of winning - of which you can bet on with motor sports odds. The 3.337km circuit has been a regular fixture on the F1 calendar since 1955, with Lewis Hamilton setting a record time in 2016.

Montreal, Canada (June 11)

Gilles-Villeneuve plays host to the Canadian Grand Prix on June 11th 2017. 70 laps of the 4.361km circuit mean the drivers can expect races of over 1hour 15minutes.

Baku, Azerbaijan (June 25)

The 2016 saw Baku join the world stage to host a F1 Grand Prix. The Baku Bay Circuit sees 51 laps of the city circuit in the Azerbaijan capital.

Spielberg, Austria (July 9)

The Austria Grand Prix returns in July 2017 at the Red Bull Ring. Lewis Hamilton claimed victory here in 2016 with a time of 1:27:38.107.

Silverstone, United Kingdom (July 16)

The iconic race returns to Silverstone on July 16th 2017, with Englishman Lewis Hamilton hoping he can claim another victory on home soil.

Budapest, Hungary (July 30)

The Hungaroring opened in 1986 with 200,000 fans turning up to view the first Formula One event which is based 19 kilometres outside Budapest.

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium (August 27)

The famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit is amongst the most well known on the race calendar and 2017 will deliver another exciting race in August.

Monza, Italy (September 3)

Monza was the third permanent race circuit in existence when work commenced in 1922 and since 1950 has been a permanent fixture on the F1 calendar.

Singapore, Singapore (September 17)

The night race in Singapore has been on the F1 calendar since 2008 and has created a dramatic and atmospheric race with Daniel Ricciardo setting a lap record time of 1:47.187.

Sepang, Malaysia (October 1)

The high speed straights and twisting corners make the Sepang International Circuit one of the most technically challenging races on the calendar.

Suzuka, Japan (October 8)

Nico Rosberg claimed victory here in 2016 with a time of 1:26:43.333. The circuit, which was built as a Honda test facility in 1962, hosts the 2017 race on October 8th 2017.

Austin, USA (October 22)

The Circuit of The Americas based in Austin, Texas, is a 5.5km circuit opened on October 21st 2012. The 2017 race will be it’s 5 year anniversary.

Mexico City, Mexico (October 29)

October 29th 2017 sees Mexico City hosting the F1 Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton won here in 2016 having completed the 71 laps (and 305.354km) in 1:40:31.402.

Sao Paolo, Brazil (November 12)

The penultimate F1 race of 2017 will be hosted in Sao Paolo, Brazil at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace.

Abu Dhabi, UAE (November 26)

The F1 season concludes in Abu Dhabi, at the 5.55km Yas Marina Circuit. The twilight race will be an inspiring close to the 2017 F1 calendar.