The New F1 calendar for 2011 has been released. The calendar now includes India which makes 20 races, the most ever seen in a Formula 1 season.
2011 Calendar in brief:
- Brazil replace Abu Dhabai at the end of the season,
- Season starts in Bahrain on 13th March, and ends 27th November
- There are four back to back pairs of races: Malaysia and China, Spain and Monaco, Germany and Hungary, and Japan and Korea.
- The British Grand Prix marks the halfway point of the season on 10 July.
Formula 1 calendar 2011:
13 March – Bahrain
27 March – Australia
10 April – Malaysia
17 April – China
8 May – Turkey
22 May – Spain
29 May – Monaco
12 June – Canada
26 June – Europe
10 July – Great Britain
24 July – Germany
31 July – Hungary
28 August – Belgium
11 September – Italy
25 September – Singapore
9 October – Japan
16 October – Korea
30 October – India*
13 November – Abu Dhabi
27 November – Brazil
* subject to homologation of the circuit
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Four children have been found dead in a freezer after a game of hide and seek apparently went tragically wrong.
The children became trapped in the freezer. Picture: NTV
The bodies of the youngsters – all brothers and sisters aged between six and 11 – were discovered by their father in central Turkey.
After realising he had not seen his children for a while, the father, who works as a shepherd, found them at an abandoned house in Konya.
Huseyin Baysal, the town’s mayor, told NTV: “The children went to play after breakfast and got into a freezer, which then closed and locked, trapping them inside.”
The four are believed to have suffocated, although post-mortems are due to be carried out.
An investigation into the deaths has been opened.
The children’s family have questioned whether it was indeed an accident and claimed they could have been murdered.
“Kids cannot lock the door from the inside. When we found them one was on the top of the other,” their uncle Mustafa Ucer told NTV.
Information from Sky News
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