The FIA World Motor Sport Council has confirmed a 21-race 2017 F1 calendar that is almost identical to this year's.
The only significant change is that Malaysia and Singapore have swapped places, with the latter now forming a back-to-back pairing with Japan.
Three of the races are listed as subject to confirmation, namely Canada, Germany and Brazil. The first two are known to have commercial issues to conclude with Bernie Ecclestone, but the Interlagos organizers have issued a statement expressing surprise at their event's provisional status, saying, "there is a contract in place until 2020 every provision of which will be complied with as it has been for the past 45 years."
Meanwhile, the Baku race is set be known as the Azerbaijan GP, having held the European GP title in its first year.
2017 F1 World Championship calendar:
March 26 - Melbourne - Australia
April 9 - Shanghai - China
April 16 - Bahrain - Bahrain
April 30 - Sochi - Russia
May 14 - Barcelona - Spain
May 28 - Monte Carlo - Monaco
June 11 - Montreal - Canada*
June 18 - Baku - Azerbaijan
July 2 - Spielberg - Austria
July 9 - Silverstone - United Kingdom
July 23 - Budapest - Hungary
July 30 - Hockenheim - Germany*
Aug. 27 - Spa-Francorchamps - Belgium
Sept. 3 - Monza - Italy
Sept. 17 - Sepang - Malaysia
Oct. 1 - Singapore - Singapore
Oct. 8 - Suzuka - Japan
Oct. 22 - Austin - USA
Nov. 5 - Mexico City - Mexico
Nov. 12 - Sao Paolo - Brazil*
Nov. 26 - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
*Subject to confirmation