Formula 1 have added two more races to the developing 2020 calendar - including a debut for Italy's Mugello circuit to mark Ferrari's 1,000th race.
A Formula 1 race around Miami's Hard Rock Stadium could be held in 2021 after an agreement in principle was reached.
The Italian GP will stay in Formula 1 until at least 2024 after Monza - F1's Temple of Speed - signed a new five-year deal.
The Spanish GP will remain on the F1 calendar next season, with the sport taking another step towards completing a bumper 2020 schedule.
Mexico has secured its grand prix on the calendar with a new three-year agreement until 2022 for its popular race.
The Australian GP, F1's regular season-opener, will remain on the calendar at Melbourne's Albert Park until at least the end of 2025.
The British GP will remain at Silverstone after Formula 1 confirmed a five-year contract extension to keep the race at the iconic circuit.
The 2020 season will start on March 15 at the Australian GP, as F1 chiefs confirmed the first leg of next season's schedule.
The Dutch GP will return to the Formula 1 calendar for the first time in 35 years in 2020 - giving Max Verstappen his first home race.
The Italian GP looks set to stay on the F1 calendar beyond 2019 after organisers revealed a deal had been agreed in principle.
A deal to keep the British Grand Prix at Silverstone beyond 2019 has not yet been agreed, but talks remain ongoing.
Jump on board for a simulated look at Hanoi Street Circuit, which will host the inaugural Vietnam GP in 2020.
Azerbaijan has extended its Formula 1 contract to continue hosting races on its Baku street circuit until 2023.
Formula 1 remain "hopeful" of agreeing a new deal for the British GP at Silverstone but also admit they would be keen on a London race.
F1 has announced that Vietnam will join the calendar for the first time in 2020 with a new race in the capital city, Hanoi.
F1 has revealed another 21-race schedule for 2019 - with the campaign to finish in December for the first time in 50 years.
Formula 1 has cancelled plans for a first Miami GP in 2019 and instead hope to introduce the race for the 2020 season.
Formula 1 announce proposal to hold Grand Prix in Miami in 2019, with City of Miami Commission to now vote on whether to proceed.
F1 could adopt a "league table" for Grand Prix venues to ensure only the best events are on the calendar, says Ross Brawn.
The FIA has confirmed the 21-race F1 calendar for 2018 following a World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris.
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