F1 22 has finally pulled up to the start line. There’s so much to look forward to, with the newly-engineered cars and the new F1 Life feature both important innovations from the veteran racing game developer. However, the circuits you’ll be careering around are just as important – if not moreso. So, with that in mind, we have a full list of all the F1 22 game tracks you’ll be tackling below.
At the moment the list of available F1 22 game tracks at launch has been confirmed. As a result of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the Russian Grand Prix has been cancelled for the 2022 Formula One season. This cancellation has been reflected in the game, as far as we can tell, with the removal of the Sochi Autodrom circuit in-game. So, the F1 22 tracks list is going to be one circuit shorter than expected.
However, the inaugural Miami Grand Prix does mean that there’s a new circuit for players to race around on in F1 22. For now, though, we know all the tracks that will be appearing in F1 22 (and almost all the dates for your MyTeam season. So, without further ado, let’s get stuck in.
Complete F1 22 game tracks list – all tracks available at launch
The F1 22 game tracks list at launch includes 23 tracks. They are:
- Bahrain International Circuit (Bahrain GP, March 20)
- Jeddah Corniche Circuit (Saudi Arabian GP, March 27)
- Albert Park (Australian GP, April 10)
- Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari (Emilia Romagna GP, April 24)
- Miami International Autodrome (Miami GP, May 8)
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spanish GP, May 22)
- Circuit de Monaco (Monaco GP, May 29)
- Baku City Circuit (Azerbaijan GP, June 12)
- Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Canadian GP, June 19)
- Silverstone Circuit (British GP, July 3)
- Red Bull Ring (Austrian GP, July 10)
- Circuit Paul Ricard (French GP, July 24)
- Hungaroring (Hungarian GP, July 31)
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Belgian GP, August 28)
- Circuit Zandvoort (Dutch GP, September 4)
- Monza Circuit (Italian GP, September 11)
- Marina Bay Street Circuit (Singapore GP, October 2)
- Suzuka International Racing Course (Japanese GP, October 9)
- Circuit of the Americas (United States GP, October 23)
- Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (Mexico City GP, October 30)
- Interlagos Circuit (Sao Paulo GP, November 13)
- Yas Marina Circuit (Abu Dhabi GP, November 20)
- Shanghai International Circuit (Chinese GP, not on 2022 season calendar)
- Autódromo Internacional do Algarve (Portuguese GP, not on 2022 season calendar)
Well, there it is – everything you need to know about all the F1 22 tracks available at launch. We don’t know if there’s going to be any more tracks coming as post-launch content updates, but don’t count it out. This is the first Formula One game under the full stewardship of EA – so, things are going to be different. Don’t quote us on this yet, but we’ll update this guide with any official announcements when they’re made.
If you’re looking forward to this game, you can check out our guide to all the F1 22 Icons right here. If you’re not too big on Formula One, but you like cars, you can check out the best PS5 racing games and the best Xbox racing games here.