2012 Motorsport Calenders

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Just like the title says. Whenever a new calender is announced, post it here.

Formula 1 has just finalized its calender.

Australian Grand PrixAustralian GP Albert Park, Melbourne18 March
Petronas Malaysia Grand PrixMalaysian GP Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur25 March
Chinese Grand PrixChinese GP Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai15 April
Gulf Air Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain GP Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir22 April
Gran Premio de Espa?aSpanish GP Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona13 May
Grand Prix de MonacoMonaco GP Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo27 May
Grand Prix du CanadaCanadian GP Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal10 June
Grand Prix of EuropeEuropean GP Valencia Street Circuit, Valencia24 June
Santander British Grand PrixBritish GP Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone8 July
Gro?er Preis Santander von DeutschlandGerman GP Hockenheimring, Hockenheim22 July
Eni Magyar Nagyd?jHungarian GP Hungaroring, Budapest29 July
Shell Belgian Grand PrixBelgian GP Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa2 September
Gran Premio Santander d'ItaliaItalian GP Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza9 September
SingTel Singapore Grand PrixSingapore GP Marina Bay Street Circuit, Marina Bay23 September
Japanese Grand PrixJapanese GP Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka7 October
Korean Grand PrixKorean GP Korean International Circuit, Yeongam14 October
Airtel Grand Prix of IndiaIndian GP Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida28 October
Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand PrixAbu Dhabi GP Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi4 November
United States Grand PrixUnited States GP Circuit of the Americas, Austin18 November
Grande Pr?mio do BrasilBrazilian GP Aut?dromo Jos? Carlos Pace, S?o Paulo25 November
 

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80th 24 Heures du Mans, 2012:

Test Day - June 3
Practice and qualifying - June 13-14
Race - June 16-17

The rest of the WEC calendar should be announced some time next week.
 

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The ILMC is gone after this year, the World Endurance Championship is its replacement and/or continuation, it will be run by the ACO under FIA jurisdiction.
 
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Apparently there are rumors going around that the Le Mans Series will go to Brno next year to replace the WTCC race.

Another is that the Fuji 1000km could return as a part of the WEC.
 

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Brno rumours - probably BS, only two European rounds besides Le Mans and the smart money is on Spa and Silverstone. Fuji 1000km as a WEC round - 99% confirmed, a preliminary Japanese motorsport federation event calendar pegged it to late September (Sept 22 or 23 I believe).
 
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Brno rumours - probably BS, only two European rounds besides Le Mans and the smart money is on Spa and Silverstone. Fuji 1000km as a WEC round - 99% confirmed, a preliminary Japanese motorsport federation event calendar pegged it to late September (Sept 22 or 23 I believe).
Also chance of a 12 hour race for the WEC in Dubai/Bahrain/middle-east.
 

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American Le Mans Series has announced most of it's calender.

Laguna will probably be 6 hours again, but I don't know what the other tracks could be. Austin? MMP? Infineon?




WTCC



MotoGP

 
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Reposted from WRC thread.

January 17/22 - Monte Carlo
February 9/12 - Sweden
March 8/11 - Mexico
March 29 / April 1 - Portugal
April 27/29 - Argentina
May 25/27- Greece
June 22/24 - New Zealand
August 2/5 - Finland
August 24/26 - Germany
September 13/16 - Great Britain
October 4/7 - France
October 18/21 - Italy
November 1/4 - Spain
 

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24h Dubai: 13-14 January
24h N?rburgring: 19-20 May
24h Le Mans: 16-17 June
24h Spa-Francorchamps: 28-29 July
24h Silverstone: October ??
 

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This calender is quite good, but an important one is 'missing':
Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: 8 July

Edit:
Nascar is really missing: (Sprint Cup)
- February 18 Shootout
- February 23 Duel 1
- February 23 Duel 2
1 February 26 Daytona
2 March 4 Phoenix
3 March 11 Las Vegas
4 March 18 Bristol
5 March 25 Fontana
6 April 1 Martinsville
7 April 14 Texas
8 April 22 Kansas
9 April 28 Richmond
10 May 6 Talladega
11 May 12 Darlington
- May 19 Showdown
- May 19 All-Star
12 May 27 Charlotte
13 June 3 Dover
14 June 10 Pocono
15 June 17 Michigan
16 June 24 Sonoma
17 June 30 Kentucky
18 July 7 Daytona
19 July 15 Loudon
20 July 29 Indianapolis
21 August 5 Pocono
22 August 12 Watkins Glen
23 August 19 Michigan
24 August 25 Bristol
25 September 2 Atlanta
26 September 8 Richmond
27 September 16 Chicago
28 September 23 Loudon
29 September 30 Dover
30 October 7 Talladega
31 October 13 Charlotte
32 October 21 Kansas
33 October 28 Martinsville
34 November 4 Texas
35 November 11 Phoenix
36 November 18 Homestead
(How do you spoiler this properly?)
 
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This calender is quite good, but an important one is 'missing':
Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: 8 July

Edit:
Nascar is really missing: (Sprint Cup)
- February 18 Shootout
- February 23 Duel 1
- February 23 Duel 2
1 February 26 Daytona
2 March 4 Phoenix
3 March 11 Las Vegas
4 March 18 Bristol
5 March 25 Fontana
6 April 1 Martinsville
7 April 14 Texas
8 April 22 Kansas
9 April 28 Richmond
10 May 6 Talladega
11 May 12 Darlington
- May 19 Showdown
- May 19 All-Star
12 May 27 Charlotte
13 June 3 Dover
14 June 10 Pocono
15 June 17 Michigan
16 June 24 Sonoma
17 June 30 Kentucky
18 July 7 Daytona
19 July 15 Loudon
20 July 29 Indianapolis
21 August 5 Pocono
22 August 12 Watkins Glen
23 August 19 Michigan
24 August 25 Bristol
25 September 2 Atlanta
26 September 8 Richmond
27 September 16 Chicago
28 September 23 Loudon
29 September 30 Dover
30 October 7 Talladega
31 October 13 Charlotte
32 October 21 Kansas
33 October 28 Martinsville
34 November 4 Texas
35 November 11 Phoenix
36 November 18 Homestead
(How do you spoiler this properly?)
The thing about Nascar is that with this amount of races, the only dates you need on the calendar are the start of the season, the end of the season and when the Chase starts, otherwise they basically race every week. :lol:
 

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If you don't care where and what time each race is held, it's easiest just to list the Shootout, off weeks and the last race.
Count back 9 weeks from the end to get the start of the Chase if you must know when it is.
 
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