The 2018 Calendar has been released

25 March: Australia (Melbourne)
8 April: China (Shanghai)
15 April: Bahrain (Sakhir)
29 April: Azerbaijan (Baku)
13 May: Spain (Barcelona)
27 May: Monaco
10 June: Canada (Montreal)
24 June: France (Le Castellet)
1 July: Austria (Spielberg)
8 July: Great Britain (Silverstone)
22 July: Germany (Hockenheim)
29 July: Hungary (Budapest)
26 August: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
2 September: Italy (Monza)
16 September: Singapore
30 September: Russia (Sochi)
7 October: Japan (Suzuka)
21 October: USA (Austin, TX)
28 October: Mexico (Mexico City)
11 November: Brazil (Sao Paulo)
25 November: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

It's good to see both the French and German Grand Prix back on the schedule

China and Singapore are only provisional at this stage, and I don't think I'd loose any sleep if Singapore were to be dropped.

I quite like the idea of the Austria-Britain-France triple header, although I'm sure the teams will complain about it.

Also I can't help but notice how many air miles F1 will rack up over the last 7 races of the season, surely that could be easily addressed if those with power were minded to rationalisee the running order a little.