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Complete F1 Academy 2025 Calendar and Session Schedule

Changes and announcements tracker to the 2025 calendar.

Last reviewed and updated 2 day(s) ago

As of today, the event calendar for the upcoming 2025 season is still being finalized. While the organizers and promoters are working tirelessly to provide an exciting schedule for our fans, it is still too early to make any promises at this time.

We understand the enthusiasm and anticipation from our fans and partners, and we appreciate their patience as we work to create an event calendar that meets the highest standards of quality and safety. We remain committed to delivering an exceptional motorsport experience and look forward to sharing updates on the upcoming season as they become available.

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The F1 Academy is a program affiliated with the Formula One Group, aimed at training and developing young motorsports drivers between the ages of 15 and 25 who aspire to compete at the highest level of Formula One racing. The program provides drivers with top-notch facilities, coaching, and resources critical to their development as world-class athletes. The purpose of the academy is to identify and nurture the next generation of Formula One drivers and ensure the continued success and growth of the sport.

The F1 Academy is open to young drivers of all genders who meet the eligibility requirements, and is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in motorsports. The program encourages drivers from all backgrounds and identities to apply, and has taken steps to increase gender diversity by partnering with organizations such as the Girls on Track initiative.

Through the F1 Academy, drivers are given the opportunity to compete in Formula Two, a racing series that serves as a stepping stone to Formula One. By grooming young talent, the program aims to produce skilled and competitive drivers who can carry the torch of Formula One into the future.