New F1 schedule sees China and Bahrain races switch up, while all wet races will now have standing start



A provisional 21-race schedule has been released for the 2017 season following a meeting of the sport’s governing body.
The only minor changes from this campaign see China and Bahrain switching places as the second and third races respectively, while Malaysia will now precede Singapore in September.
The Canadian, German and Brazilian Grands Prix are included but awaiting final confirmation amid financial uncertainty. That prompted an angry reaction from the organisers of the latter.
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29 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 26
Source: Daily Mail
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