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2025 F1 calendar revealed as Alonso offers Honda gesture - RacingNews365 Review

Check out the biggest stories from Friday 12th April 2024 with the RacingNews365 Review.

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2025 F1 calendar

The 2025 calendar has officially dropped after being confirmed by the World Motor Sport Council.

As with 2024, there are 24 rounds and they're largely in the same slots as this year, except Australia kicks off F1's 75th season on March 16th and not Bahrain.

The British GP is on July 6th and the finale in Abu Dhabi on December 7th.

READ MORE: 2025 F1 calendar revealed

Alonso's Honda gesture

As part of his new two-year deal with Aston Martin, Fernando Alonso will be teaming up with Honda once again in 2026.

The two have had a tetchy relationship after the horrors of the McLaren days, but Alonso appears to be offering an olive branch to Sakura.

READ MORE: Alonso offers olive branch to Honda ahead of 2026 reunion

What does it mean for F1?

But what does that move and the two-time world champion's re-signing with Aston Martin actually mean for F1?

Samuel Coop has delved deep into what it means for Aston Martin, Alonso and the wider driver market for 2025 that Alonso's move has made all the clearer...

READ MORE: What does Alonso's Aston re-signing mean for F1?

Andretti receives backing

While one driver stays on the grid, another is still trying to get his team onto it.

Michael Andretti's preparations for his team's proposed entry to F1 continue despite being rejected, for now, by F1.

The door is ajar for 2028, providing General Motors can produce a power unit, but one world champion believes Andretti should be granted a spot on the grid after its 'seriously impressive' background work.

READ MORE: 'Seriously incredible' Andretti backed in F1 bid by world champion

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