US Grand Prix back on 2012 calendar as construction resumes

The Circuit of the Americas is back on the calendar

The Circuit of the Americas is back on the calendar

The United States Grand Prix is back on the calendar, as disputes over payments to Bernie Ecclestone have been resolved.

After several failed payments to ringmaster Ecclestone, he hinted that the first race in America since 2007 would be shelved, after comptroller Susan Combs suspended all payments.

However, the Circuit of the Americas has today stated that Bernie has received payment, which has been confirmed by the fact that the race is back on the 2012 calendar.

Construction has also resumed at the circuit, ensuring the track will be completed before its inaugural race on the 18th November.

Here is the full 2012 calendar:

18 March            Australian GP
25 March            Malaysian GP
15 April            Chinese GP
22 April            Bahrain GP
13 May              Spanish GP
27 May              Monaco GP
10 June             Canada GP
24 June             European GP
8 July              British GP
22 July             German GP
29 July             Hungarian GP
2 September         Belgian GP
9 September         Italian GP
23 September        Singapore GP
7 October           Japanese GP
14 October          Korean GP
28 October          Indian GP
4 November          Abu Dhabi GP
18 November         US GP
25 November         Brazilian GP
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