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Everything you need to know about the 2017 F1 season

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The 2017 campaign is upon us and the look of pre-season and beyond is starting to take shape. Sweeping regulation changes for this season promise to produce faster, more aggressive-looking cars for the new campaign, and we should get the first glimpse of them when the unveilings begin ahead of the eight days of winter testing in Barcelona.

Here is every F1 date you need for you diary this season. This article will be updated in the weeks leading up to the opening winter test.

Confirmed car launches

February 21 - Renault

February 22 - Force India, Silverstone

February 23 - Mercedes, Silverstone

February 24 - Ferrari, Fiorano; McLaren

Winter testing

First test: February 27-March 2 - Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

Second test: March 7-10 - Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

2017 line-ups

Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton, TBC

Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen

Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen

Force India

Sergio Perez, Esteban Ocon

Williams

Lance Stroll, TBC

McLaren

Fernando Alonso, Stoffel Vandoorne

Toro Rosso

Carlos Sainz, Daniil Kvyat

Haas

Romain Grosjean, Kevin Magnussen

Renault

Nico Hulkenberg, Jolyon Palmer

Sauber

Marcus Ericsson, TBC

Manor

TBC, TBC

2017 calendar

The 2017 calendar is already one race shorter than it was when released provisionally last year, with the German Grand Prix being cancelled after talks with Bernie Ecclestone broke down.

That leaves the calendar for the new season as follows:

• March 26, Melbourne, Australia

• April 9, Shanghai, China

• April 16, Sakhir, Bahrain

• April 30, Sochi, Russia

• May 14, Barcelona, Spain

• May 28, Monte Carlo, Monaco

• June 11, Montreal, Canada

• June 25, Baku, Azerbaijan

• July 9, Spielberg, Austria

• July 16, Silverstone, Great Britain

• July 30, Budapest, Hungary

• August 27, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

• September 3, Monza, Italy

• September 17, Marina Bay, Singapore

• October 1, Sepang, Malaysia

• October 8, Suzuka, Japan

• October 22, Austin, USA

• October 29, Mexico City, Mexico

• November 12, Sao Paulo, Brazil*

• November 26, Abu Dhabi, UAE

*Subject to confirmation