FIA WEC Calendar for 2022

The 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship calendar was now announced at this years 24 hours of Le Mans by the FIA & ACO, it will see a return to 3 continents for the 10th WEC season, 6 races will take place in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and not forgetting North America. 2022 Season 10 will see the series return to Sebring for the 1000 miles after an absence of 2 years, the official prologue will take place the week before (Official Test) following the success of the first visit to Monza, Italy the series will return for another 6-hour race, plus going back to Spa – Belgium, Fuji – Japan and Bahrain with 6 to 8-hour races not forgetting the 24 hours of Le Man back in its regular slot of June.

2022 FIA World Endurance Championship Calendar

12/13 March 2022        Official Prologue – Sebring (USA)

18 March 2022              1000 Miles of Sebring (USA)

7 May 2022                    6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (BEL)

11/12 June 2022           24 Hours of Le Mans (FRA)

10 July 2022                   6 Hours of Monza (ITA)

11 September 2022      6 Hours of Fuji (JPN)

12 November 2022       8 Hours of Bahrain (BAH)


Richard Mille FIA Endurance Commission President

“Six-rounds is the perfect solution for the FIA World Endurance Championship. Next year’s calendar is well-balanced, with events evenly spread across the year. It’s cost-effective for the competitors, at the same accommodating iconic circuits and variety of race durations and formats. The return to North America and Far East is also a major step. With further manufacturers coming with Hypercars next year, I’m confident each of the six rounds will deliver a thrilling spectacle.”

Pierre Fillon President of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest

“The 2022 schedule for the FIA World Endurance Championship is designed to maximise team exposure while keeping costs down. Motor racing calendars have never been subject to such disruption as during the pandemic and this schedule obviously accounts for the current situation. I look forward to seeing you in the US in March for an exciting tenth season.”

Frédéric Lequien FIA WEC CEO

“Our aim was to create both a global and cost-effective package in what has been a difficult past 18 months for our manufacturers and teams. With the 2022 calendar, we have achieved the perfect blend of classic race tracks and endurance racing heritage. We are confident that the Season 10 schedule will be popular with both competitors and fans alike.”


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