The FIA has set a date of December 11th for this year’s Indian Grand Prix.
An FIA spokesperson told F1 Fanatic “let’s say that for the moment, it’s official”.
The new date increases the length of the calendar by two weeks. The Indian Grand Prix takes over from the Brazilian round as the season finale.
The race, to be held at the Buddh International Circuit, was moved to the end of the calendar to make way for the reinstated Bahrain Grand Prix.
The FIA announced on Friday that Bahrian would take the date given to India, and moved the Indian round to an unspecified date at the end of the season.
However there is serious doubt over whether this arrangement will hold as F1 teams have told the FIA they will not accept an extension of the calendar.
According to the FIA’s International Sporting Code, changes to the calendar must have the support of all the teams.
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