The official FIA Formula One World Championship Race Calendar features the races, the dates of the races and the circuit where the race will take place. It consists of around 20 events spread around the globe.
After the race is over, the winner of the grand prix is added to the schedule. The racing season usually starts around halfway March and continues until late November. In the winter, there are no races due to the worsening weather conditions in many countries.
Many of the classic grand prix take place in Europe, but over the last decade, more and more countries around the globe have shown interest in hosting a race. This has resulted in more races, and the events taking place in many new countries. This is causing more interest in parts of the world that were previously unfamiliar with concept of motor sports.
Recently, new grand prix have been added in the United States and Mexico after a long break from Formula 1. After opening in 2012, the Circuit of the Americas now hosts the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix. This has attracted a lot of attention from American fans to Formula 1 and other European motor sports, including the MotoGP. It is a very remarkable circuit due to it's big observation tower and steep straight to the first corner.