F2 and F3 calendar for 2025 revealed

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The calendar remains largely unchanged for Formula 2 and Formula 3 in 2025, the higher series set to support Formula 1 race weekends at 14 rounds once again, while the latter will join them both at 10 events.

The race locations remain the same, some being placed in slightly different order due to the changes made on the previously unveiled F1 calendar.

The season will kick off in Australia for all three series, the action starting on March 14–16 at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne. Next, F2 will compete in back-to-back races in Bahrain on April 11–13 and Saudi Arabia on April 18–20, while F3 will show up only for the first one in Sakhir.

Having roughly one free month, there’s a triple-header waiting for both series. Starting in Imola on May 16–18, continuing to the Monaco Grand Prix just a week later on May 22–25 and then finally moving on to Barcelona, May 30–June 01.

Leaving out Canada, the racing continues at the Red Bull Ring in Austria on June 27–29. Immediately followed by Silverstone, the British Grand Prix taking place on July 04–06.

After three free weeks for all drivers, another double-header will be waiting at Spa in Belgium on July 25–27 and Hungary, August 01–03.

Following the race weekend at Hungaroring, all series will enter the summer break, lasting till September 05–07, the action starting again at Monza, Italy. This also marks the last race of the season for F3, while F2 continues to make its appearance in three more events.

That is Baku, Azerbaijan on September 19–21, before the series full of young aspiring talents will have a nearly two-month break.

They will join F1 to conclude the 2025 season in Qatar on November 28–30 and Abu Dhabi, December 05–07.

“It is fantastic to publish the F2 calendar that will again see the series join Formula 1 at 14 Grands Prix next season,” said Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1.

“The pyramid system is vital to the long-term success of Formula 1, and to have this close connection between these two series is not only great for our fans who are treated to even more wheel-to-wheel action, but for the drivers who gain competitive experience racing on F1 circuits and can showcase their talent in front of full grandstands, global TV audiences and watching F1 teams.

“The Championship this year is once again delivering exciting racing at every event and I want to pay tribute to the work of Bruno Michel, CEO F2/F3 and his team and all the competitors across the grid.

“I would also like to thank the FIA for their strategic and fundamental support on this important championship, as well as our long-standing partners Pirelli, Aramco, Dallara and Mecachrome.

“I am excited to follow the rest of this season and look forward to another great year in 2025.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem commented: “As a crucial step on the FIA single-seater pyramid, the FIA Formula 2 Championship provides an opportunity for emerging single-seater talent to showcase their skills to a global audience.

“The 2025 calendar provides challenges for drivers with a blend of traditional and modern circuits and destinations as they strive to become our champions of the future. I look forward to seeing the class of 2025 in action on the world stage.”

FIA Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel added: “I’m very pleased to announce the F2 2025 calendar, which will comprise the same amount of rounds than the current season – fourteen.

“It’s the right balance between European rounds and fly-aways, across three continents, and keeping in mind the costs for our teams and drivers. It’s also a good mixture between old-school tracks and more modern layouts, which both have seen thrilling F2 races in recent years. I’m sure, this will be the case once more in 2025.”