The 2019 Formula One season will equal the longest season in the sport's history when it gets under way in March in Australia.
There will be 21 races, with the championship climaxing with the 11th staging of the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 1 at Yas Marina Circuit.
Lewis Hamilton will go for a sixth F1 driver's title and a fifth in six years with Mercedes-GP, who are also targeting their own milestone.
The German marque can become only the second team in F1 history to win six successive constructors' titles if they prevail in 2019.
Below is the full schedule of races for the year.
March 17 Australian Grand Prix, 9.10am
March 31 Bahrain Grand Prix, 7.10pm
April 14 Chinese Grand Prix, 10.10am
April 28 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, 4.10pm
May 12 Spanish Grand Prix, 5.10pm
May 26 Monaco Grand Prix, 5.10pm
June 9 Canadian Grand Prix, 10.10pm
June 23 French Grand Prix, 5.10pm
June 30 Austrian Grand Prix, 5.10pm
July 14 British Grand Prix, 5.10pm
July 28 German Grand Prix, 5.10pm
August 4 Hungarian Grand Prix, 5.10pm
September 1 Belgian Grand Prix, 5.10pm
September 8 Italian Grand Prix, 5.10pm
September 22 Singapore Grand Prix, 4.10pm
September 29 Russian Grand Prix, 3.10pm
October 13 Japanese Grand Prix, 9.10am
October 27 Mexican Grand Prix, 11.10pm
November 3 United States Grand Prix, 11.10pm
November 17 Brazilian Grand Prix, 9.10pm
December 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, 5.10pm
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