2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship Season Calendar Announced

2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship Calendar
2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship Calendar

The 2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship season calendar has been announced, featuring fourteen rounds, all of which will serve as support events for the FIA Formula One World Championship. This upcoming season will include 28 races across 13 countries, marking the ninth season of the championship.

The season opener will take place at Albert Park in Melbourne from March 14-16. The championship will then move to the Bahrain International Circuit for Round 2 from April 11-13, followed by Round 3 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from April 18-20.

The European leg of the season begins with a triple-header, starting in Imola, Italy from May 16-18, moving to Monte Carlo, Monaco from May 22-25, and concluding in Barcelona, Spain from May 30 to June 1.

After a brief pause, the series will resume with a double-header, beginning in Spielberg, Austria from June 27-29, followed by Silverstone, UK from July 4-6. Another double-header follows later in the summer, with races at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium from July 25-27, and at the Hungaroring, Budapest from August 1-3.

Post-summer break, the championship continues in Monza, Italy from September 5-7, then heads to Baku, Azerbaijan from September 19-21. The penultimate round will be held in Lusail, Qatar from November 28-30, with the season finale set for Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi from December 5-7.

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, expressed excitement about the calendar, highlighting the importance of the F2 series in developing future F1 talent. “The Championship this year is once again delivering exciting racing at every event and I want to pay tribute to the work of Bruno Michel, CEO F2/F3 and his team and all the competitors across the grid,” Domenicali said.

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem emphasized the role of the F2 Championship in showcasing emerging talent. “The 2025 calendar provides challenges for drivers with a blend of traditional and modern circuits and destinations as they strive to become our champions of the future,” he remarked.

Bruno Michel, CEO of FIA Formula 2, noted the balance in the calendar. “It’s the right balance between European rounds and fly-aways, across three continents, and keeping in mind the costs for our teams and drivers. It’s also a good mixture between old-school tracks and more modern layouts,” Michel stated.

2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship Calendar

14-16 MarchMelbourne, Australia
11-13 AprilSakhir, Bahrain
18-20 AprilJeddah, Saudi Arabia
16-18 MayImola, Italy
22-25 MayMonte-Carlo, Monaco
30 May – 01 JuneBarcelona, Spain
27-29 JuneSpielberg, Austria
04-06 JulySilverstone, Great Britain
25-27 JulySpa-Francorchamps, Belgium
01-03 AugustBudapest, Hungary
05-07 SeptemberMonza, Italy
19-21 SeptemberBaku, Azerbaijan
28-30 NovemberLusail, Qatar
05-07 DecemberYas Marina, UAE

The 2025 season promises a thrilling mix of races, blending classic and contemporary circuits, ensuring a competitive and engaging series for drivers and fans alike.


Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

More in News

Canadian Grand Prix, Sunday - George Russell leads Lewis Hamilton

Only FIA Can Clip Mercedes’ Front Wings Says Red Bull

Dr Helmut Marko admits Red Bull has concerns about the ...
F1 Grand Prix Of Emilia Romagna Practice & Qualifying

F1 CEO Not Worried About 2026 Rules Controversy

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali says he's confident the controversy surrounding ...
Aston Martin logo

Adrian Newey Visits Aston Martin For Private F1 Team Tour

The possibility that Adrian Newey will re-emerge at Aston Martin ...
MONTREAL, QUEBEC - JUNE 09: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (1) Oracle Red Bull Racing RB20 arrives on the grid prior to the F1 Grand Prix of Canada at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 09, 2024 in Montreal, Quebec. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202406091146 // Usage for editorial use only //

Verstappen Will Reign Again: But Competition Is Key for Casual F1 Fans

After a pulsating Canadian Grand Prix, there was clearly a ...
Is F1 In Las Vegas In 2024

‘Affordable’ Las Vegas GP Ticket Slammed

One of the world's most respected specialist sports publications has ...

Trending on F1 Chronicle