2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule

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The dates below are adjusted to 1 day after real race (Monday). This is subject to John's changes

Date Venue Formula 1 Grand Prix
26-Mar Melbourne Australia
9-Apr Sakhir Bahrain
16-Apr Shanghai China
29-Apr Baku Azerbaijan
14-May Barcelona Spain
28-May Monaco Monaco
11-Jun Montreal Canada
25-Jun Le Castellet France
2-Jul Spielberg Austria
9-Jul Silverstone Great Britain
23-Jul Hockenheim Germany
30-Jul Budapest Hungary
27-Aug Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
3-Sep Monza Italy
17-Sep Singapore Singapore
30-Sep Sochi Russia
8-Oct Suzuka Japan
22-Oct Austin USA
29-Oct Mexico City Mexico
12-Nov Sao Paulo Brazil
26-Nov Yas Marina Abu Dhabi
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I like to stick the the Monday after the race. I know it may hit some holidays, here in the US, but I think it helps people to remember we HAVE a race, if they watch the real F1 guys the day before.

Baring any typos on Sean's part, I give my thumbs up to his post !
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JohnW wrote: Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:55 am
Baring any typos on Sean's part, I give my thumbs up to his post !
Took it right of F1 page and +1'd the day. :D
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I am not a fan of Bahrain. Not just the track, but for other reason i will not mention for fear of a political discussion. I wonder if it is a possibility to change it?
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While I understand your stance, Adam, and have no problem with it, as a league, we're trying to simulate the real schedule, so unless a lot of our drivers feel the same way, the schedule will stay as it is. Of course, feel free to nominate a driver to take your seat, when Bahrain comes up.
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Boycott the real race but run the virtual race. There are no politics in our virtual league
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JohnW wrote: Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:11 pm While I understand your stance, Adam, and have no problem with it, as a league, we're trying to simulate the real schedule, so unless a lot of our drivers feel the same way, the schedule will stay as it is. Of course, feel free to nominate a driver to take your seat, when Bahrain comes up.
Fair enough. Let the drivers decide. Thank you.
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