(Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team)
The Korean Grand Prix has been removed from the 2015 Formula One calendar. The news means that there will be just 20 this season. Korea had been expected to return to the Formula One calendar following a year off
The Korean Grand Prix had been due to take place following the Chinese Grand Prix. The news that Korea is off the calendar means that both the Bahrain and Chinese Grand Prix will likely be moved to make up for losing Korea.
China could potentially take place from April 17 -19 in place of Bahrain, while Bahrain could then take place from April 24- 26 which would then give teams two weeks to get back to Europe for the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit De Catalunya.
© Ben Johnston 2015