Note, for 2017, Germany has been dropped from the schedule.
With the future of the Canadian event now secured, only the Brazilian round seems in doubt, the race, though almost certain to go ahead.
The most notable change being the race in Baku, Azerbaijan, which has been moved forward a week and will now not clash with the Le Mans 24-hour race. Furthermore, it will no longer form a back-to-back with Canada.
Moving the Baku event means that the Austrian/British back-to-back events have been moved forward a week, the 16 July round at Silverstone now clashing with the men’s final at Wimbledon.
Also affected by the Baku move is Hungary, which will now take place on 30 July.
Malaysia and Singapore will still be back-to-back as in 2016, but the events have now been switched with Singapore forming the first part of the double header as Malaysia looks set not to renew its contract when it ends in 2018.
While the original intention was to host the Mexican and Brazilian rounds back-to-back, the former event has now been moved back a week to pair it with Austin as was the case this year.
Once again, the season will conclude in Abu Dhabi (26 Nov).
So there you are!