The calendar for the 2005 Formula One season has been released, bringing with it the expected (and controversial if you ask certain team owners) 19-race season. A last minute reprieve for the British Grand Prix ensured its inclusion on July 10th, and the San Marino and French Grands Prix, which came into question at different points throughout last season, are also slated in. The new Turkish Grand Prix will bring a second GP to the Middle East, a region that oddly enough has gone mad for F1's capitalistic hedonism. And the Formula One circus (and I do stress circus) will be returning to North America for the Canadian GP from June 10-12, and of course to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on June 17-19.
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