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Below is the Provisional 2009 Schedule :

29 March, Australia
5 April, Malaysia
19 April, Bahrain
10 May, Spain
24 May, Monaco
7 June, Canada
21 June, Great Britain
28 June, France
12 July, Germany
26 July, Hungary
9 August, Turkey
23 August, Europe (Valencia)
6 September, Italy
13 September, Belgium
27 September, Singapore
11 October, Japan
18 October, China
1 November, Brazil
15 November, Abu Dhabi

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I have made my own personal designed 2009 Calendars for the F1 drivers

I sold these last year and they were very popular, so I have decided to resell them again this year

The calendars are available for sale for £4 including postage for UK buyers
They are laminated, so if it gets dirty it can be wiped clean
They are A4 size and can be wall mounted or used as mousemats or whatever you like
You can see the FULL 12 months of the year
The calendars are available for any F1 driver you like, just request who you want

Click on a calendar to see a larger photo !!

If you would like to order a calendar, please contact me via my website

www.f1memorabilia.net

lewis-calendar

kimi-calendar   jenson-calendar

kubica-calendar

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McLaren-Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton – 1
Heikki Kovalainen – 2

Scuderia Ferrari
Felipe Massa – 3
Kimi Raikkonen – 4

BMW Sauber F1 Team
Robert Kubica – 5
Nick Heidfeld – 6

Renault F1 Team
Fernando Alonso – 7
Nelson Piquet Jnr – 8

Toyota Racing
Jarno Trulli – 9
Timo Glock – 10

Scuderia Toro Rosso
Unknown – 11
Unknown – 12

Red Bull Racing
Mark Webber – 14
Sebastian Vettel – 15

Williams
Nico Rosberg – 16
Kazuki Nakajima – 17

Force India F1 Team
Adrian Sutil – 18
Giancarlo Fisichella – 19

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2009 FIA Formula One World Championship

29 Mar   Australia, Melbourne  
05 Apr   Malaysia, Sepang  
19 Apr   China, Shanghai  
26 Apr   Bahrain, Sakhir  
10 May   Spain, Barcelona  
24 May   Monaco, Monte Carlo  
07 Jun   Turkey, Istanbul park  
21 Jun   Great Britain, Silverstone 
12 July   Germany, Nurburgring  
26 July   Hungary, Hungaroring  
23 Aug   Europe, Valencia 
30 Aug   Belgium, Spa  
13 Sep   Italy, Monza  
27 Sep   Singapore, Singapore  
04 Oct   Japan, Suzuka  
18 Oct   Brazil, Sao Paulo  
01 Nov   Emirates, Abu Dhabi 
Canada has been taken off the original list
Also France has been removed
China has been moved to April instead of October

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