Formula One - FIA Release F1 GP Schedule For Season 2012. The FIA ​​released the F1 calendar for 2012 season. In the next season, the FIA ​​decided to write off Turkey as one of the host executing the F1 GP. This is because the Turkish government not to approve commercial payments Formula One (F1) Bernie Ecclestone demanded.

As reported earlier, the Turkish government told the local promoter that demand a fee of approximately $ 26, 5 million by Ecclestone deemed too large. Practically, the rumors of this year will be the last F1 Istanbul Circuit.

Now, the future of the Turkish Grand Prix has been answered. As reported by, Saturday (03/09/2011), FIA has released a list of calendars F1 provisional schedule for the 2012 season, did not include the name Istanbul Circuit Turkey.

Of course, the harsh reality of this unfortunate by the fans of F1 racing, especially the Turks. Because, since making his debut in F1 in the 2005 season ago, the Istanbul Park Circuit became one of the favorites.

Besides Turkey, the FIA ​​also announced several changes to the schedule next season. Bahrain Grand Prix, which last season should be an excellent opener F1 but failed, postponed to the last four on April 22.

Meanwhile, Australia will be an excellent opener for the F1 stage, as happened in this season. Melbourne will host the event circuit speeding on 18 March.

Here's the F1 calendar for 2012 season:

March 18 - Australia (Melbourne)
Marer 25 - Malaysia (Sepang)
April 15 - China (Shanghai)
April 22 - Bahrain
May 13 - Spain (Barcelona)
May 27 - Monaco
June 10 - Canada
June 24 - Europe (Valencia)
July 8 - Britain (Silverstone)
July 22 - Germany (Hockenheim)
July 29 - Hungary (Budapest)
Sept 2 - Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
Sept 9 - Italy (Monza)
Sept 23 - Singapore
October 7 - Japan (Suzuka)
Oct. 14 - South Korea (Yeongam)
October 28 - India (New Delhi)
Nov 4 - Abu Dhabi
November 18 - United States (Austin)
November 25 - Brazil (Sao Paulo)

For more detail Formula One GP : Formula One Grand Prix

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