The FIA F2 and FIA F3 championships have revealed a largely unchanged calendar for 2025 season with some shuffle of races.


FIA Formula 2 announce the calendar for the 2025 FIA Formula 2 Championship. Once again, fourteen rounds will make the new season, all support events of the FIA Formula One World Championship, with a total of 28 races across 13 countries. The ninth season of Formula 2 will open in Melbourne at Albert Park from 14–16 March, before heading to the Bahrain International Circuit for Round 2 on 11–13 April. The following week on April 18–20, the paddock will make its way to Jeddah for Round 3.

The campaign will pick up in Europe, with a triple-header, first in Imola, Emilia Romagna on May 16-18, followed by Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 22-25. The action will carry the week after on May 30 – 01 June in Barcelona, Spain. After a small break, the paddock will gear up for a double-header starting in Spielberg, Austria on June 27-29, which will be followed by Round 8 in Silverstone, UK on July 04-06.

Another double-header will come next, starting with Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, on July 25-27 followed by Round 10 in, Budapest at the Hungaroring on August 01-03. After the summer break, the field will return to Monza, Italy on September 05-07 before flying to Baku, Azerbaijan on September 19-21. Round 13 will take place in Lusail, Qatar on November 28–30, while the season will once again conclude at the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi on December 05-07.

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

FIA Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel said: “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.”


FIA Formula 3 has announced today the calendar for the 2025 FIA Formula 3 Championship. Next season will consist of a total of 10 rounds again, all support events of the FIA Formula One World Championship and the FIA Formula 2 Championship. The 10 teams and 30 drivers will contest a total of 20 races across three continents.

F3’s seventh season will kick off in Melbourne, Australia on March 14-16, before flying to Sakhir to race at the Bahrain International Circuit on 11-13 April. The action will resume in Europe with a triple-header that will start in Imola, Emilia Romagna on May 16-18, followed by Round 4 in Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 22-25. Round 5 will take place the following week in Barcelona, Spain on 30 May-01 June.

After a break, the F3 paddock will head to Spielberg, Austria for Round 6 at the Red Bull Ring on June 27-29, back-to-back with Silverstone, UK on July 04-06 July. Another double-header will see the grid take on the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium on July 25-27, followed by the Hungaroring in Budapest one week later, on August 01-03. The final and tenth round of the 2025 F3 season will take place in Monza, Italy on September 05-07.

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, said: “F3 is providing fantastic action on track for our fans this year and I am delighted that the series will again be joining Formula 1 at 10 events next season. The skill of the drivers and the intense action on track is thrilling for our fans and demonstrates the talent in the pipeline we have for the future. F3 is a vital part of our pyramid system, and I want to thank the FIA, Bruno Michel, CEO F2/F3, and his team, all the competitors for the amazing job they do, and pay tribute to Dallara, Mecachrome, Aramco, and Pirelli for their continued support of the series. We are all looking forward to the rest of the season and an exciting 2025.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem, said: “The FIA Formula 3 Championship provides a wonderful opportunity for young drivers from regional and national series to race at venues which feature on the schedule of the pinnacle of the sport – the FIA Formula One World Championship. Once again, we have an exciting calendar for 2025. F3 demonstrates the FIA’s commitment to nurturing young talent and broadening their horizons.”

FIA Formula 3 CEO Bruno Michel said: “I’m very pleased to keep ten rounds, 20 races, for Formula 3 in 2025. Next season’s calendar comprises the same tracks as in 2024. We’re bringing F3 on three different continents, which is fantastic for these young drivers, who are able to learn new tracks and race in front of the F1 and F2 paddocks. So far, in 2024, we’ve seen some incredible racing, so I expect the same for next year.”

[Note: The story is as per press release]