F1: Monaco Grand Prix dates confirmed for 2025

2025 monaco grand prix

The 2025 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar has been unveiled. The Monaco Grand Prix will be the eighth race of the year, sandwiched between stops at the Imola circuit in Emilia Romagna and in Barcelona. Here are all the details. 

Following the big reveal earlier this month, some fairly noticeable changes to the schedule have come to light. 

Firstly, 2025’s racing will begin on Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit, which has hosted the Australian Grand Prix since 1996. The track had long been the standard season opener, but has had to settle for the third round in recent years. The first F1 race of 2025 is scheduled for 16th March.  

The reason for this change is that Ramadan will fall in March next year. Therefore, the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grand Prix have been pushed back and will be held in April.  

Before they can take place, however, it will be the turn of China, in Shanghai, and Japan, on the Suzuka circuit. These races will be held on 23rd March and 6th April, respectively.  

Then there will be the back-to-back racing in the Gulf, with Bahrain due to host on 13th April while Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah track will see racing on 20th April.  

After this stretch, the grid will get a short break before racing resumes in Miami on 4th May. 

Another weekend away from racing will occur and then it will be back for Europe for three intense rounds: Imola on 18th May, Monaco on 25th May and Barcelona on 1st June.  

This makes the Monaco Grand Prix the eighth on the calendar. In all, Formula 1 will tour a huge 24 venues in 2025.

See more: F1: Touring the iconic Monaco Grand Prix circuit

To explore the 2025 F1 calendar in full, click here.  



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