The 2013 Formula One World Championship calendar has been confirmed by the FIA and posted to AerialF1, detailing the twenty races expected to take part in the sport’s 64th season. Very similar to 2012, the circus will descend on the popular season opener in Melbourne in mid-March, work its way around the world and finish in late-November in Brazil. The only major changes made are the addition of the New Jersey Grand Prix, and Korea and Japan have swapped weekends.
The Grand Prix of New Jersey has now been postponed to 2014. The calendar has been updated to reflect this change. As of yet, no other race has taken the position so the calendar now currently comprises of 19 races.