Menu

Formula 1 Season 2018 : the Grand Prix of France will take place on 24 June

June 2018 will be hosted ! A week after the 86th edition of the 24 Hours of le Mans, the Formula 1 will be back in france on the Paul Ricard Circuit at le Castellet. The ticket booth opens in the fall.

If you’re a fan of Formula 1, you can already prevent your loved ones. Put also aware of your spouse(e) if you intend to get married next year : you will not be available on Sunday 24 June 2018.

While only 7 Grand Prix of the current season, about 20, have been played, the calendar (still provisional) for the championship of 2018 has been unveiled. We expected to see the F1 back in France in early July, but this will be in the month of June, the cars will compete on the track of le Castellet. The date has been set by probing the F1 and the tourism professionals of the region.

The Grand Prix of France will be the eighth round of the season 2018. Importantly, this event will open the first “triple pack” of the history of F1 racing : three races will take place in three weeks. On the 1st of July, the world of F1 will go to Austria, then it will be going to Silverstone (England) on 8 July.

The season will be intense for the French fans, since the GP of France will be held just a week after the 24 Hours of le Mans 2018 ! Some may have to make a difficult choice.

On social networks, the circuit Paul Ricard states that the ticketing will be open in the fall. During the presentation of the project, at the end of 2016, the organizers had announced that the test will be able to accommodate 60 000 people : 40,000 in the stands and 20,000 ” pregnant general on the lawns “.

The tentative schedule of the season 2018

25 march > Australia (Melbourne)

8 April > China (Shanghai)*

15 April > Bahrain (Sakhir)

29 April > Azerbaijan (Baku)

May 13 > Spain (Barcelona)

27 may > Monaco

June 10, > Canada (Montreal)

24 June > France (le Castellet)

1 July > Austria (Spielberg)

8 July > Great Britain (Silverstone)

22 July > Germany (Hockenheim)

29 July > Hungary (Budapest)

August 26, > Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

2 September > Italy (Monza)

16 September > Singapore*

September 30, > Russia (Sochi)

7 October > Japan (Suzuka)

21 October > United States (Austin)

October 28, > Mexico (Mexico city)

November 11, > Brazil (Sao Paulo)

November 25 > Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

* subject to

No comments

Brought to you by:

Your AD Here ! Contact us at admin@appnews.be

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to AppNews and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Official Fan Page