Formula 1's newest Grand Prix in Baku looks likely to get another June date as part of a tweaked 20 race 2017 schedule being considered by the FIA and FOM.
The Baku Street Circuit is a Herman Tilke planned motor racing circuit in Baku, Azerbaijan to be constructed near Baku Boulevard, right by the sea front. It is scheduled to host the second Baku European Grand Prix on 23, 24 and 25 of June.
The six kilometre, anti-clockwise layout of the circuit was designed by famous circuit architect Hermann Tilke. The circuit is planned to start adjacent to Azadliq Square, then loop around Government House before heading west to Maiden Tower. From there the track is planned to have a narrow uphill traversal and then circle the Old City before opening up onto a 2.2 km (1.4 mi) stretch along Neftchilar Avenue back to the start line.