The FIA has released the official start time for every 2017 Grand Prix.
Consistent with its tradition, the Formula 1 season will kick off in Melbourne on Sunday, March 26 at 6am GMT.
There are no unusual schedules on the 20-race calendar, with European rounds getting the green light at their usual 1pm start time.
For residents of the United Kingdom, Sky Sports F1 will offer live coverage of every race while Channel 4 will also broadcast live a limited number of races starting with Bahrain on April 16.
|1||Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)||06:00|
|2||Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)||07:00|
|3||Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)||16:00|
|4||Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)||13:00|
|5||Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona)||13:00|
|6||Monaco Grand Prix (Monte-Carlo)||13:00|
|7||Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal)||19:00|
|8||Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku)||14:00|
|9||Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg)||13:00|
|10||British Grand Prix (Silverstone)||13:00|
|11||Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest)||13:00|
|12||Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)||13:00|
|13||Italian Grand Prix (Monza)||13:00|
|14||Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)||13:00|
|15||Malaysia Grand Prix (Sepang)||08:00|
|16||Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)||06:00|
|17||United States Grand Prix (Austin)||20:00|
|18||Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City)||19:00|
|19||Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)||16:00|
|20||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)||13:00|