The calendar, which features a near three month gap after round six, is mostly located in Europe, with the only round outside the continent being in support of the US Grand Prix at Austin.
The season kicks off at the Red Bull Ring on 28th-29th April before rounds at Valencia, Barcelong, Zandvoort, Monza and Le Castellet form the bulk of the season.
Each race weekend will see 15 drivers compete in three races, with grids set during a pair of 15-minute qualifying sessions. The grid for race one will be set by the first qualifying session and race three by the second. Race two’s starting order will be the finish of race one with the top eight reversed.
Races one and three of the weekend will be 30 minute long while race two will be 20 minutes. Points for races one and three follow the same format as F1 (25 for the winner, 18 for second etc) while race two’s winner will receive 10 points, second 8, third 6 continuing down to 1 for eight.