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Formula 1

F1 circuits' contract overview: The Grands Prix that could be jeopardy

Over the next few years, a number of F1 contracts with various circuits will expire. Yet there is also a long list of countries already assured of a long future in Grand Prix racing.

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It is clear from the overview below that at the time of writing, mainly the traditional circuits have short-term contracts.

Circuits such as Silverstone, Suzuka, Monza, Monaco, Spa and Zandvoort have contracts that expire sometime in the next three years.

The announcement of Madrid taking over the Spanish Grand Prix from Barcelona in 2026, also places the long-term future of the latter in doubt.

On the flip side, countries such as Brazil, Australia and Hungary all enjoy long-term security with contracts into the mid-2030s.

Grands Prix with long-term contracts

If we look at the circuits with long-term F1 contracts, we also see large sums of money among them. Countries such as Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Bahrain pay huge sums to ensure some of the most sought after spots on the calendar, including the opener and finale.

Some notable Grands Prix are those in Las Vegas and Miami.

Miami has partnered with the organization, while F1 co-owns the race in Las Vegas. There is a contract through 2025, but Vegas has already granted permission for F1 to race in Sin City at least through 2032.

Check below the overview of all current F1 contracts.

*The street race in Madrid will be on the calendar from 2026, as part of an original deal lasting until 2035.

Formula 1 Grand Prix contracts

Country Circuit Estimated annual amount ($) End of contract
Great Britain Silverstone 25 million 2024
Japan Suzuka 25 million 2024
Italy Monza 25 million 2025
Monaco Monte Carlo 15 million 2025
Mexico H. Rodriguez 25 million 2025
China Shanghai 50 million 2025
Italy Imola 20 million 2025
Belgium Spa 22 million 2025
Netherlands Zandvoort 32 million 2025
US Austin 25 million 2026
Spain Barcelona 25 million 2026
Azerbaijan Baku 55 million 2026
Singapore Marina Bay 35 million 2028
Brazil Interlagos 25 million 2030
Saudi Arabia Jeddah 55 million 2030
Austria Red Bull Ring 25 million 2030
Abu Dhabi Yas Marina 40 million 2030
US Miami Collaboration 2031
Canada Montreal 30 million 2031
Qatar Losail 55 million 2032
Hungary Hungaroring 40 million 2032
US Las Vegas Ownership F1 2025/2032
Bahrain Sakhir 45 million 2036
Australia Albert Park 35 million 2037
Spain Madrid* N/A 2035

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