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  2015 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 15: Australian Grand Prix 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Mar 29: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 N Rosberg
Apr 12: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Apr 19: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 L Hamilton, 2 K Raikkonen, 3 N Rosberg
May 10: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 S Vettel
May 24: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 N Rosberg, 2 S Vettel, 3 L Hamilton
Jun 07: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 V Bottas
Jun 21: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 F Massa
Jul 05: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Jul 26: Hungarian GP 1 S Vettel, 2 D Kvyat, 3 D Ricciardo
Aug 23: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 R Grosjean
Sep 06: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 L Hamilton, 2 S Vettel, 3 F Massa
Sep 20: Singapore Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 D Ricciardo, 3 K Raikkonen
Sep 27: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Oct 11: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi 1 L Hamilton, 2 S Vettel, 3 S Perez
Oct 25: USA GP, Circuit of The Americas 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Nov 01: Grand Prix of Mexico 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 V Bottas
Nov 15: Grand Prix of Brazil, Sao Paolo 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 S Vettel
Nov 29: Abu Dhabi GP, Yas Marina 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 K Raikkonen

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2015 Drivers Championship:
1) Lewis Hamilton, GBR, Mercedes, 381
2) Nico Rosberg, GER, Mercedes, 322
3) Sebastian Vettel, GER, Ferrari, 278
  Constructors Championship:
1) Mercedes 703
2) Ferrari 428
3) Williams-Mercedes 257

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TIME Magazine, May 4, 1962 p.45:

SPORT: "A Bloody Go"
    It's no thrill blasting down the straightaway at 180 m.p.h. What's really thrilling is taking a 70 m.p.h. corner at 75-- coming through it at the absolute limit of tire adhesion, with the nose pointed perfectly down the straightaway and the throttle flat on the floor. Then you feel like an artist who has spent his life trying to paint the smile of Mona Lisa, finally gets it right with a single flick of his brush, and says to the rest of the world, "There, you bastards, match that!"

    There are not many who can even come close to Britain's Stirling Moss as a racing driver. Pint-sized and profane, he is on his way to becoming a legend in his own lifetime-- pursued by women, fawned over by royalty, idolized by fans the world over. At 32, he has won more races (194) than any man alive, more world championship Grand Prix races (14) than any driver in history save Argentina's Juan Fangio, who had 16 when he quit at 47 four years ago. Moss has never won the official Grand Prix championship. But last year he won 23 of the 48 races he entered, and his fellow drivers concede that Moss sets the standard by which they judge their own skills. Says the U.S.'s Phil Hill, who won the 1961 Grand Prix championship racing for Ferrari: "I'm the champion, but all anyone talks about is Moss."

    Moss's fan mail runs to 10,000 leters a year and his income is something like $150,000. He drives as if every race were his last-- with a raw fury that borders on desperation. He has pressed wildly on with hot oil spraying on his face, raced with his leg in a plaster cast, sped around curves while nearly blinded by glass fragments in his eyes. He cannot even remember how many crashes he has survived. "Most of them were incidents, not accidents," he says. "Twice my steering wheel snapped off. Nine or ten times the brakes failed. Ten or eleven times the wheels fell off. I don't know how many times I got crunched by another car, or tires blew, or things broke. Death is something that frightens me, and thinking about it isn't going to make it less likely to happen. I wouldn't drive a racing car unless there was an element of danger involved. Does a bullfighter want to fight a bull without horns?"

    Warm Seats & Melted Silver. In Chichester last week for the 100-mile Goodwood International Grand Prix, Moss played himself to the hilt. Supercharged and sassy, he played croquet, guzzled fruit juice at a cocktail party thrown by the Duke of Richmond and Gordon (whom he irreverently called "Your Gryce" in a broad Cockney accent), stayed up twisting at a country dancehall until 2 a.m. On race morning, while other drivers, taut and nervous, brooded over seltzer and coffee, he happily downed a huge breakfast, described the novel furnishings he was planning for his bachelor digs in London: a heated toilet seat and a 300-lb. silver coffee table made from melted-down trophy cups ("What else can you do with silver? Fill teeth?).

    Moss had hoped for rain ("I do better in the wet"), but a bright sun warmed the crowd of 72,000. Settling into the cockpit of his low-slung pale green Lotus, Moss joshed Rival Graham Hill, who was piloting a faster BRM: "Don't try too hard, Graham, or you'll blow it up." He screwed in his earplugs, snapped his helmet strap and adjusted his goggles. "Hey," he yelled to Mechanic Tony Robinson. "Where's my chewing gum?" Robinson handed him a stick. Moss waved. "Here goes," he said. Then, exhaust crackling fiercely, he roared off to the starting line.

    17th & Last. The race was only eight laps old when Moss, brakes squealing, pulled into the pits. His throttle linkage was fouled; his gearbox was jammed tightly in fourth. By the time the pit crew, working furiously, had repaired the car, Moss's position was hopeless: he was 17 and last, more than three laps behind the leader, Hill. "What are you going to do?" asked a friend. Said Moss, with a wicked grin: "Have a bloody go."

    The next 27 laps were what the crowd had come to see. Around and around the 2½-mile Goodwood circuit, with its six corners and dangerous S-shaped chicane, he drove with awesome speed. Relentlessly, he closed the gap on Hill: from 17th, he moved up to 15th, then 13th, 11th, and 9th. He saluted as he passed other cars and waved to Mechanic Robinson in the pits. "Stirling is driving incredibly," reported the track announcer from his vantage point in a tower. "He's taking the corners faster than ever before." In a Lola, Britain's John Surtees sped to a new lap record of 1 min. 23.6 sec. Moss cut it to 1 min. 23.4 sec., then to 1 min. 23 sec., then 1 min. 22.6 sec., then 1 min. 22.6 sec., then 1 min. 22.4 sec.-- each split second pushing him closer to the limit of adhesion. In Moss's pit, clockers exchanged glances, and tension killed coversation. Murmured a mechanic, "He's pushing it."

    Past the Limit. On the 34th lap, Moss clipped his time to 1 min. 22.2 sec., flashing around the narrow, twisting course at a fantastic average speed of 105 m.p.h. On the 35th, as he approached St. Mary's Corner-- a difficult right-and-left jog in the road-- the limit was passed. Said Moss, before the race: "With luck, you can take St. Mary's at 90 m.p.h." Recalled Graham Hill afterward: "As we went into St. Mary's, Stirling was coming up on me at about 110 m.p.h. on the outside. In the mirror I saw him coming up fast, and then he just kept going straight." Moss's Lotus hurtled across 150 yds. of grass, plowed head on into an 8-ft.-high embankment, spun backwards about 10 yds., and stopped dead, a crumpled, almost unrecognizable ruin.

    Rescuers found Moss slumped unconscious in the cockpit-- his goggles shattered, his blue, flame-proof coveralls shredded, his helmet cracked, his face masked with blood. Moss's lips, gums and nose were split, and his right cheek was torn open to the bone. With metal shears and hacksaws, mechanics worked for 30 minutes before they could free the racer from his aluminum cocoon: the twisted steering wheel was jammed tightly in his ribs; the car's body shell clamped his legs and thighs; the gas tank (up front in the rear-engined Lotus) was pushed back almost into his lap...

    At Chichester's Royal West Sussex Hospital, doctor's sewed up Moss's face with 40 stitches. Incredibly, his blood pressure and pulse were normal. X-rays showed surprisingly little damage-- two broken ribs, a cracked knee, a torn shoulder. But Moss was in a deep coma. Transferred to a neurological hospital in London, he was examined by brain surgeons, who found no indication of skull fracture or severe brain hemorrhage, though he remained unconscious...

    By week's end, Stirling was out of his coma, responding to commands, speaking briefly to relatives and friends. Doctors said he would probably recover completely, could perhaps race again withing six weeks...


2014 Drivers:
1) Hamilton, GBR, Mercedes, 384
2) Rosberg, GER, Mercedes, 317
3) Ricciardo, AUS, RBR-Renault, 238

Constructors:
1) Mercedes 701
2) RBR-Renault 405
3) Williams-Mercedes 320
  2013 Drivers:
1) Vettel GER RBR-Ren. 397
2) Alonso ESP Ferrari 242
3) Webber AUS RBR-Ren. 199

Constructors:
1) RBR-Renault 596
2) Mercedes 360
3) Ferrari 354
  2012 Drivers:
1) Vettel GER RBR 281
2) Alonso ESP Ferrari, 270
3) Raikkonen FIN Lotus 258

Constructors:
1) RBR-Renault 460
2) Ferrari 400
3) McLaren-Mercedes 378
  2011 Drivers:
1) Vettel GER RBR 392
2) Button GBR McLaren 270
3) Webber AUS RBR 258

Constructors:
1) RBR-Renault 650
2) McLaren-Mercedes 497
3) Ferrari 375
  2010 Drivers:
1) Vettel GER RBR 256
2) Alonso ESP Ferrari 252
3) Webber AUS RBR 242

Constructors:
1) RBR-Renault 498
2) McLaren-Mercedes 454
3) Ferrari 396

2009 Drivers:
1) Button GBR Brawn 95
2) Vettel GER RBR 84
3) Barrichello BRA Brawn 77

Constructors:
1) Brawn-Mercedes 172
2) RBR-Renault 153.5
3) McLaren-Mercedes 71
  2008 Drivers:
1) Hamilton GBR McLaren 98
2) Massa BRA Ferrari 97
3) Kubica POL Sauber 75
3) Räikkönen FIN Ferrari 75

Constructors:
1) Ferrari 172
2) McLaren 151
3) BMW Sauber 135
  2007 Drivers:
1) Räikkönen FIN Ferrari 110
2) Hamilton GBR McLaren 109
3) Alonso ESP McLaren 109

Constructors:
1) Ferrari 204
2) BMW 101
3) Renault 51
  2006 Drivers:
1) Alonso 134
2) M Schumacher 121
3) Massa 80

Constructors:
1) Renault 206
2) Ferrari 201
3) McLaren 110
  2005 Drivers:
1) F Alonso 133
2) K Räikkönen 112
3) M Schumacher 62

Constructors:
1) Renault 191
2) McLaren 182
3) Ferrari 100
  2004 Drivers:
1) M Schumacher 148 7th title
2) R Barrichello 114
3) J Button 85

Constructors:
1) Ferrari 262
2) BAR Honda 119
3) Renault 105

  2015 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 15: Australian Grand Prix
Mar 29: Grand Prix of Malaysia
Apr 12: Chinese GP, Shanghai
Apr 19: Bahrain Grand Prix
May 10: Spanish GP, Catalunya
May 24: Grand Prix of Monaco
Jun 07: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal
Jun 21: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
Jul 05: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
Jul 19: German Grand Prix
Jul 26: Hungarian GP
Aug 23: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa
Sep 06: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
Sep 20: Singapore Grand Prix
Sep 27: Japanese GP, Suzuka
Oct 11: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi
Oct 25: USA GP, Circuit of The Americas
Nov 01: Grand Prix of Mexico, Mexico City
Nov 15: Grand Prix of Brazil, Sao Paolo
Nov 29: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina
 

  2014 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 16: Australian Grand Prix 1 N Rosberg, 2 K Magnussen, 3 J Button
Mar 30: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Apr 06: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Perez
Apr 20: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 F Alonso
May 11: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 D Ricciardo
May 25: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 D Ricciardo
Jun 08: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal 1 D Ricciardo, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Jun 22: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 V Bottas
Jul 06: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 L Hamilton, 2 V Bottas, 3 D Ricciardo
Jul 20: German Grand Prix, Hockenheim 1 N Rosberg, 2 V Bottas, 3 L Hamilton
Jul 27: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 D Ricciardo, 2 F Alonso, 3 L Hamilton
Aug 24: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 D Ricciardo, 2 N Rosberg, 3 V Bottas
Sep 07: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 F Massa
Sep 21: Singapore Grand Prix 1 L Hamilton, 2 S Vettel, 3 D Ricciardo
Oct 05: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 S Vettel
Oct 12: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 V Bottas
Nov 02: USA GP, Circuit of The Americas 1 L Hamilton, 2 N Rosberg, 3 D Ricciardo
Nov 09: Grand Prix of Brazil, Sao Paolo 1 N Rosberg, 2 L Hamilton, 3 F Massa
Nov 23: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 L Hamilton, 3 F Massa, 3 V Bottas

  2013 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 17: Australian Grand Prix 1 K Räikkönen, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
Mar 24: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 L Hamilton
Apr 14: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 F Alonso, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 L Hamilton
Apr 21: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 R Grosjean
May 12: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 F Alonso, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 F Massa
May 26: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 N Rosberg, 2 S Vettel, 3 M Webber
Jun 9: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 L Hamilton
Jun 30: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 N Rosberg, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
Jul 7: German Grand Prix, Hockenheim 1 S Vettel, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 R Grosjean
Jul 28: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 L Hamilton, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 S Vettel
Aug 25: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 L Hamilton
Sep 8: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 M Webber
Sep 22: Singapore Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 K Räikkönen
Oct 6: Korean GP, KIC Yeongam 1 S Vettel, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 R Grosjean
Oct 13: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 R Grosjean
Oct 27: Indian Grand Prix, New Delhi 1 S Vettel, 2 N Rosberg, 3 R Grosjean
Nov 3: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 N Rosberg
Nov 17: USA, Circuit of The Americas 1 S Vettel, 2 R Grosjean, 3 M Webber
Nov 24: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
 

  2012 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 18: Australian Grand Prix 1 J Button, 2 S Vettel, 3 L Hamilton
Mar 25: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 F Alonso, 2 S Perez, 3 L Hamilton
Apr 15: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 N Rosberg, 2 J Button, 3 L Hamilton
Apr 22: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 K Raikkonen, 3 R Grosjean
May 13: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 P Maldonado, 2 F Alonso, 3 K Raikkonen
May 27: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 M Webber, 2 N Rosberg, 3 F Alonso
Jun 10: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal 1 L Hamilton, 2 R Grosjean, 3 S Perez
Jun 24: European GP Valencia, Spain 1 F Alonso, 2 K Raikkonen, 3 M Schumacher
Jul 10: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 M Webber, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
Jul 22: German Grand Prix, Hockenheim 1 F Alonso, 2 S Vettel, 3 J Button
Jul 29: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 L Hamilton, 2 K Raikkonen, 3 R Grosjean
Sep 2: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 J Button, 2 S Vettel, 3 K Raikkonen
Sep 9: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 L Hamilton, 2 Sergio Perez, 3 F Alonso
Sep 23: Singapore Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 J Button, 3 F Alonso
Oct 7: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 S Vettel, 2 F Massa, 3 K Kobayashi
Oct 14: Korean GP, KIC Yeongam 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
Oct 28: Indian Grand Prix, New Delhi 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 M Webber
Nov 4: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 K Raikkonen, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
Nov 18: USA, Circuit of The Americas 1 L Hamilton, 2 S Vettel, 3 F Alonso
Nov 25: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 J Button, 2 F Alonso, 3 F Massa

  2011 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 27: Australian Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 V Petrov
Apr 10: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 S Vettel, 2 J Button, 3 N Heidfeld
Apr 17: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 L Hamilton, 2 S Vettel, 3 M Webber
May 8: Turkish Grand Prix, Istanbul 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
May 22: Spanish GP, Catalunya, 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 J Button
May 29: Grand Prix of Monaco, 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 J Button
Jun 12: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal, 1 J Button, 2 S Vettel, 3 M Webber
Jun 26: European GP Valencia, Spain, 1 S Vettel, 2 F Alonso, 3 M Webber
Jul 10: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 F Alonso, 2 S Vettel, 3 M Webber
Jul 24: German Grand Prix, Nürburgring 1 L Hamilton, 2 F Alonso, 3 M Webber
Jul 31: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 J Button, 2 S Vettel, 3 F Alonso
Aug 28: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 J Button
Sep 11: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 S Vettel, 2 J Button, 3 F Alonso
Sep 25: Singapore Grand Prix 1 S Vettel, 2 J Button, 3 M Webber
Oct 9: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 J Button, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
Oct 16: Korean GP, KIC Yeongam 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 M Webber
Oct 30: Indian Grand Prix, New Delhi 1 S Vettel, 2 J Button, 3 F Alonso
Nov 13: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 L Hamilton, 2 F Alonso, 3 J Button
Nov 27: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 M Webber, 2 S Vettel, 3 J Button
 

  2010 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 14: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 F Alonso, 2 F Massa, 3 L Hamilton
Mar 28: Australian Grand Prix 1 J Button, 2 R Kubica, 3 F Massa
Apr 04: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 N Rosberg
Apr 18: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 J Button, 2 L Hamilton, 3 N Rosberg
May 9: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 M Webber, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
May 16: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 M Webber, 2 S Vettel, 3 R Kubica
May 30: Turkish Grand Prix, Istanbul 1 L Hamilton, 2 J Button, 3 M Webber
Jun 13: GP of Canada, Circuit G V, Montreal 1 L Hamilton, 2 J Button, 3 F Alonso
Jun 27: European GP Valencia, Spain 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 J Button
Jul 11: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 M Webber, 2 L Hamilton, 3 N Rosberg
Jul 25: German Grand Prix, Nürburgring 1 F Alonso, 2 F Massa, 3 S Vettel
Aug 1: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring1 M Webber, 2 F Alonso, 3 S Vettel
Aug 29: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 L Hamilton, 2 M Webber, 3 R Kubica
Sep 12: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 F Alonso, 2 J Button, 3 F Massa
Sep 26: Singapore Grand Prix 1 F Alonso, 2 S Vettel, 3 M Webber
Oct 10: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
Oct 24: Korean GP, KIC Yeongam 1 F Alonso, 2 L Hamilton, 3 F Massa
Nov 7: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 F Alonso
Nov 14: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 S Vettel, 2 L Hamilton, 3 J Button

  2009 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 29: Australian Grand Prix 1 J Button, 2 R Barrichello, 3 J Trulli
Apr 05: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 J Button, 2 N Heidfeld, 3 T Glock
Apr 19: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 J Button
Apr 26: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 J Button, 2 S Vettel, 3 J Trulli
May 10: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 J Button, 2 R Barrichello, 3 M Webber
May 24: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 J Button, 2 R Barrichello, 3 K Räikkönen
Jun 06: Turkish Grand Prix Istanbul 1 J Button, 2 M Webber, 3 S Vettel
Jun 21: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 Barrichello
Jul 12: German Grand Prix, Nürburgring 1 M Webber, 2 S Vettel, 3 F Massa
Jul 26: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 L Hamilton, 2 K Räikkönen, 3 M Webber
Aug 23: European GP Valencia, Spain 1 R Barrichello 2 L Hamilton, 3 Räikkönen
Aug 30: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 K Räikkönen, 2 G Fisichella, 3 S Vettel
Sep 13: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 R Barrichello, 2 J Button, 3 K Räikkönen
Sep 27: Singapore Grand Prix 1 L Hamilton, 2 T Glock, 3 F Alonso
Oct 04: Japanese GP, Suzuka 1 S Vettel, 2 J Trulli, 3 L Hamilton
Oct 18: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 M Webber, 2 R Kubica, 3 L Hamilton
Nov 01: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina 1 S Vettel, 2 M Webber, 3 J Button

 

  2008 Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar

Mar 16: Australian Grand Prix 1 Hamilton, 2 Heidfeld, 3 Rosberg
Mar 23: Grand Prix of Malaysia 1 Räikkönen, 2 Kubica, 3 Kovalainen
Apr 6: Bahrain Grand Prix 1 Massa, 2 Räikkönen, 3 Kubica
Apr 27: Spanish GP, Catalunya 1 Räikkönen, 2 Massa, 3 Hamilton
May 11: Turkish Grand Prix Istanbul 1 Massa, 2 Hamilton, 3 Räikkönen
May 25: Grand Prix of Monaco 1 Hamilton, 2 Kubica, 3 Massa
Jun 8: Grand Prix of Canada 1 Kubica, 2 Heidfeld, 3 Coulthard
Jun 22: GP of France, Magny-Cours 1 Massa, 2 Räikkönen, 3 Trulli
Jul 6: British Grand Prix, Silverstone 1 Hamilton, 2 Heidfeld, 3 Barrichello
Jul 20: German Grand Prix, Hockenheim 1 Hamilton, 2 Piquet, 3 Massa
Aug 3: Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 Hamilton, 2 Glock, 3 Räikkönen
Aug 24: European GP Valencia, Spain 1 Massa, 2 Hamilton, 3 Kubica
Sep 7: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa 1 Massa, 2 Heidfeld, 3 Hamilton
Sep 14: Italian Grand Prix, Monza 1 Vettel, 2 Kovalainen, 3 Kubica
Sep 28: Singapore Grand Prix 1 Alonso, 2 Rosberg, 3 Hamilton
Oct 12: Japanese GP, Fuji Speedway 1 Alonso, 2 Kubica, 3 Räikkönen
Oct 19: Chinese GP, Shanghai 1 Hamilton, 2 Massa, 3 Räikkönen
Nov 2: Grand Prix of Brazil, Interlagos 1 Massa, 2 Alonso, 3 Räikkönen


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