The FIA has revealed the calendar for Formula 1 World Championship races for 2015. There are 20 races planned, which is one more than this season. Although there are no major surprises with the schedule, the Mexican Grand Prix will be present.
The scheduling of the races look familiar to this year, with the F1 season opening with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. After Australia, most of the European races will take place during summer, and then scheduled are the Brazilian and Abu Dhabi races, that will take place towards the end of the season.
The United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas is still on next years calendar but the chances of a race in India or Korea don't look like it will happen anytime soon. India and Korea will be missing the F1 season for two years in a row.
The FIA Formula 1 World Championship Calendar for the year 2015 is as follows: