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This is how far F1 teams travel around the world to races

What is the largest distance between each of the races on the Formula 1 calendar?

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Formula 1 is well-known for its globe-trotting with drivers and teams jetting off to five continents over the course of the year in pursuit of being crowed World Champions.

What starts in Bahrain ends a little over 500 miles away in Abu Dhabi, but in the eight intervening months there will be 24 more races held in 20 countries traversing the globe.

You might be wondering, which races features the largest distance between each?

RacingNews365 has compiled a list of races on the calendar and ranked them from lowest to highest travelling distance. Each features a figure that is a direct route, not taking into account flight travel time.

Unsurprisingly the smallest distance is between the races in Belgium and Netherlands, while the distance between Austria and Great Britain is surprisingly larger than expected.

Check out the full list below!

Largest distances between races

From To Distance (km)
Belgium Netherlands 238
Qatar Abu Dhabi 337
Imola Monaco 349
Netherlands Monza 828
Hungary Belgium 1,018
Spain Austria 1,174
Texas Mexico 1,203
Austria Great Britain 1,256
Bahrain Saudi Arabia 1,259
Japan China 1,484
Silverstone Hungary 1,533
Monza Azerbaijan 3,316
Canada Spain 5,898
Monaco Canada 6,128
Azerbaijan Singapore 6,955
Mexico Brazil 7,439
Australia Japan 8,141
Miami Imola 8,818
Brazil Las Vegas 9,979
Jeddah Australia 12,831
Las Vegas Qatar 13,037
China Miami 13,263
Singapore Texas 15,860
TOTAL: 122,344

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