Race Calendars

Formula E Calendar 2018-19

Race CalendarsThis will be the fifth season of Formula E racing and the sport is growing in stature on the motorsport calendar. Cars are improving with each passing campaign and 2018/19 is set up to be a thriller.

It all gets underway over in Riyadh with the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on December 15, 2018 and picks up again following the Christmas festivities before ending with the 12th and final race in the USA in July. Jean-Eric Vergne returns as the defending champion but there will be plenty of challenges through the field, particularly from the Audi pair of Lucas Di Grassi and Daniel Abt.

  • 15 December 2018: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 12 January 2019: Marrakech, Morocco
  • 26 January 2019: Santiago, Chile
  • 16 February 2019: Mexico City
  • 10 March 2019: Hong Kong
  • 23 March 2019: Sanya, China
  • 13 April 2019: Rome, Italy
  • 27 April 2019: Paris, France
  • 11 May 2019: Monaco
  • 25 May 2019: Berlin, Germany
  • 22 June 2019: Bern, Switzerland
  • 13-14 July 2019: New York, USA

Formula One Calendar 2019

Race CalendarsPlans to extend the future F1 schedule are in place but for 2019, the calendar has a familiar look to it. The campaign kicks off in a traditional fashion with the Australian Grand Prix which will take place in Melbourne on March 25 and the season will end with the 21st and final race in Abu Dhabi on November 25.

We’ve already seen some driver changes and more are due to be confirmed but defending champion Lewis Hamilton is set to return with Mercedes while the closest challenge is likely to come from old adversary Sebastian Vettel in the Ferrari.

  • 25 March 2019: Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne
  • 8 April 2019: Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir
  • 15 April 2019: Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai
  • 29 April 2019: Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
  • 13 May 2019: Spanish Grand Prix, Catalunya
  • 27 May 2019: Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
  • 10 June 2019: Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
  • 24 June 2019: French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard
  • 1 July 2019: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
  • 8 July 2019: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
  • 22 July 2019: German Grand Prix, Hockenheim
  • 29 July 2019: Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
  • 26 August 2019: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
  • 2 September 2019: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
  • 16 September 2019: Singapore Grand Prix, Singapore
  • 30 September 2019: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi
  • 7 October 2019: Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
  • 21 October 2019: United States Grand Prix, Austin
  • 28 October 2019: Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City
  • 11 November 2019: Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo
  • 25 November 2019: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina

MotoGP Calendar 2018-19

Race CalendarsSpain’s Marc Marquez is the dominant rider in the sport right now and while the rest of the field are up against it in terms of winning the title, there are plenty of races to be won across the season which starts with the Qatar Grand Prix on March 10, 2019.

Marquez took the honours in 2018 and at the age of just 25, he now has an incredible five world titles to his name. The chasing pack for 2019 will include talented riders including Andrea Dovizioso, Johann Darko and Marquez’s compatriot Maverick Vinales as the season progresses through to its climax in Valencia on November 17.

  • 10 March 2019: Qatar Qatar Grand Prix, Lusail
  • 31 March 2019: Argentina Argentina Grand Prix, Santiago del Estero
  • 14 April 2019: United States Americas Grand Prix, Austin, Texas
  • 5 May 2019: Spain Spanish Grand Prix, Jerez de la Frontera
  • 19 May 2019: France French Grand Prix, Le Mans
  • 2 June 2019: Italy Italian Grand Prix, Scarperia e San Piero
  • 16 June 2019: Catalonia Catalan Grand Prix, Montmeló
  • 30 June 2019: Netherlands Dutch TT, Assen
  • 7 July 2019: Germany German Grand Prix, Hohenstein-Ernstthal
  • 4 August 2019: Czech Republic Grand Prix, Brno
  • 11 August 2019: Austria Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
  • 25 August 2019: United Kingdom British Grand Prix, Silverstone
  • 15 September 2019: San Marino San Marino Grand Prix, Misano Adriatico
  • 22 September 2019: Aragon Aragon Grand Prix, Alcañiz
  • 6 October 2019: Thailand Thailand Grand Prix, Buriram
  • 20 October 2019: Japan Japanese Grand Prix, Motegi
  • 27 October 2019: Australia Australian Grand Prix, Phillip Island
  • 3 November 2019: Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix, Selangor
  • 17 November 2019: Valencian Community Valencia Grand Prix, Valencia

NASCAR Calendar 2018-19

Race CalendarsThe new NASCAR season kicks off nice and early with the Daytona 500 acting as the traditional curtain raiser in February. We’ve a packed schedule once again as the series moves all across the United States, taking in a total of 26 races before coming to a glorious finale with the Ford EcoBoost 400 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Joey Logano will be back as the defending champion alongside his Team Penske colleagues Ryan Blaney and Brad Keselowski but it’s another strong field going into what can be one of the most unpredictable areas of motorsport.

  • 16-18 February 2019: Daytona International Speedway, Daytona 500
  • 2-4 March 2019: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Pennzoil 400
  • 9-11 March 2019: ISM Raceway, TicketGuardian 500
  • 30 March-1 April 2019: Texas Motor Speedway, O’Reilly Auto Parts 500
  • 6-8 April 2019: Bristol Motor Speedway, Food City 500
  • 12-14 April 2019: Richmond Raceway, Toyota Owners 400
  • 27-29 April 2019: Talladega Superspeedway, GEICO 500
  • 10-12 May 2019: Kansas Speedway, KC Masterpiece 400
  • 17-19 May 2019: Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR All-Star Race
  • 25-27 May 2019: Charlotte Motor Speedway, Coca-Cola 600
  • 22-24 June 2019: Sonoma Raceway, Toyota Save Mart 350
  • 29 June-1 July 2019: Chicagoland Speedway, Overton’s 400
  • 5-7 July 2019: Daytona International Speedway, Coke Zero Sugar 400
  • 12-14 July 2019: Kentucky Speedway, Quaker State 400
  • 16-18 August 2019: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race
  • 31 August-2 September 2019: Darlington Raceway, Bojangles’ Southern 500
  • 7-9 September 2019: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Big Machine Brickyard 400
  • 14-16 September 2019: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, South Point 400
  • 20-22 September 2019: Richmond Raceway, Federated Auto Parts 400
  • 28-30 September 2019: Charlotte Motor Speedway, Bank of America Roval 400
  • 12-14 October 2019: Talladega Superspeedway, 1000Bulbs.com 500
  • 19-21 October 2019: Kansas Speedway, Hollywood Casino 400
  • 26-28 October 2019: Martinsville Speedway, First Data 500
  • 2-4 November 2019: Texas Motor Speedway, AAA Texas 500
  • 9-11 November 2019: ISM Raceway, Can-Am 500
  • 16-18 November 2019: Homestead-Miami Speedway, Ford EcoBoost 400

World Rally Championship 2019 Race Calendar

Race CalendarsThe 2018 edition of the World Rally Championship produced a sixth win for the great Sebastien Ogier. Competing in the Ford, the Frenchman won four of the 13 races on offer and claimed enough podium finishes to hold off Belgium’s Thierry Neuville who finished 18 points behind in second place.

For the 2019 renewal, Ogier has made a major change, leaving Ford to return to former team Citroen and we could have a more open contest as he eyes up a seventh title. The action gets underway in Monte Carlo from January 24 and, in a slightly extended calendar it will conclude with the 14th and final rally in Australia in November.

  • 24-27 January 2019: Monte-Carlo
  • 14-17 February 2019: Sweden
  • 7-10 March 2019: Mexico
  • 28-31 March 2019: France
  • 25-28 April 2019: Argentina
  • 9-12 May 2019: Chile
  • 30 May-2 June 2019: Portugal
  • 13-16 June 2019: Italy
  • 1-4 August 2019: Finland
  • 22-25 August 2019: Germany
  • 12-15 September 2019: Turkey
  • 3-6 October 2019: Great Britain
  • 24-27 October 2019: Spain
  • 14-17 November 2019: Australia