Date: 30th November 2011 at 8:56am
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The Formula One 2012 Championship is set to be the biggest in the sports history with 20 races provisionally included in the calendar.

However there are currently still doubts regarding the Bahrain and US Grand Prix’s.

All the races are listed below including what channels they are available on in the UK.

Race – Event – Date – TV

1 – Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne) – Mar 18 – Sky

2 – Malaysian Grand Prix (Kuala Lumpur) – Mar 25 – Sky

3 – Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai) – Apr 15 – BBC & Sky

4 – Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir) – Apr 22 – Sky

5 – Spanish Grand Prix (Catalunya) – May 13 – BBC & Sky

6 – Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo) – May 27 – BBC & Sky

7 – Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal) – Jun 10 – Sky

8 – European Grand Prix (Valencia) – Jun 24 – BBC & Sky

9 – British Grand Prix (Silverstone) – Jul 8 – BBC & Sky

10 – German Grand Prix (Hockenheim) – Jul 22 – Sky

11 – Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest) – Jul 29 – Sky

12 – Belgian Grand Prix (Spa) – Sep 2 – BBC & Sky

13 – Italian Grand Prix (Monza) – Sep 9 – Sky

14 – Singapore Grand Prix (Singapore) – Sep 23 – BBC & Sky

15 – Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) – Oct 7 – Sky

16 – Korean Grand Prix (Yeongam) – Oct 14 – BBC & Sky

17 – Indian Grand Prix (New Delhi) – Oct 28 – Sky

18 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina) – Nov 4 – BBC & Sky

19 – United States Grand Prix (Austin) – Nov 18 – Sky

20 – Brazilian Grand Prix (Sau Paulo) – Nov 25 – BBC & Sky

For the 10 races that are exclusively live on Sky Sports, the BBC will show extended highlights of qualifying and the race later the same day.