Its official: There will be 19 races in next year's F1 season, with the French and British races included too.
The calendar was released at the weekend after the FIA's World Motorsport Council met on Friday to confirm the 2005 race schedule.
Although it had been doubted whether the historic French and British races would be staged next year, both have been included in the 19-race calendar.
Late last week, the British Racing Drivers' Club and F1's Bernie Ecclestone agreed to a five-year deal to continue hosting the British Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit.
Australia will once again host the season-opener on March 6, while Turkey will host its first F1 grand prix race on August 21.