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The 2012 Formula One season will be the 63rd FIA Formula One season. The 2012 season will be contested over twenty races — the longest in the sport's history — starting in Australia on 18 March and ending in Brazil on 25 November.
How to watch F1 2012 live stream online? The season is scheduled to see the return of the United States Grand Prix to the calendar, with the race to be held at Circuit of the Americas, a purpose-built circuit in Austin, Texas. After being cancelled in 2011 due to civil protests, the Bahrain Grand Prix will also return to the calendar.
Sebastian Vettel will start the season as the defending World Drivers' Champion, having secured his second championship with a podium finish at the 2011 Japanese Grand Prix. Red Bull Racing will be the defending World Constructors' Champion.
Formula 1 2012 live stream. The Formula One season begins this week in the land "Down Under," with the 28th annual Australian Grand Prix. Although the race dates back to 1928, when it was known as the "100 Miles Road Race," it did not become part of the Formula One World Championship until 1985.
Last season, Sebastian Vettel, who became the youngest-ever F1 world champion in 2010 at age 23, started on the pole and only relinquished the lead during his first pit stop in the 58-lap race at the 3.295-mile (5.303-kilometer) Albert Park course. Vettel finished a whopping 22.2 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton for the first of 11 wins in 2011, en route to his second straight F1 championship.
It has been Newey's task to come up with a car that adapts to new regulations that prevent the channeling of exhaust fumes into the rear diffuser, supposedly reducing aerodynamic grip at the back end of the 2012 cars.
"It will be all the usual suspects, so I don't think there will be any surprise to see McLaren looking strong," Horner said when asked to nominate Red Bull's chief rivals for the season ahead.
"Ferrari are in better shape than people perceive. Mercedes look like they have made a bit of progress from last year, so it is going to be the usual protagonists up there."
Ferrari has had a troubled preseason testing period, and the Italian team's officials and head driver Fernando Alonso have candidly predicted struggles in the opening races of the season.
Last year it was McLaren that had the preseason woes, but preparations have been much smoother entering this year's first race, meaning Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton figure to be the main challengers to Red Bull in Melbourne.
"The bad news is we don't look dominant, the good news is that no one else does either," team principal Martin Whitmarsh said. "Our sense it that we are competitive. The car seems quite reliable, the drivers like it and they seem to be quite buoyant."
The start of the Formula One season is getting an extra dose of uncertainty with wet weather being forecast for the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.
The forecast for Melbourne is for rain and possible thunderstorms from Friday through race day, which will render much of the best-laid preparations and preseason predictions irrelevant.
Throw in the always-slippery Melbourne street circuit, guessing games about the behavior of the new Pirelli tires, and uncertainty over how teams have adapted to the new rules, and this weekend's season opener is shaping up to be an unpredictable affair.
That's just what the racing series needs to start 2012.
Last year was short on drama, as German driver Sebastian Vettel set a record for the number of pole positions in a season and cruised to the title with four races to spare.
It would be a brave gamble to predict anything other than a Red Bull championship this season, as the team retains Vettel, able deputy Mark Webber, team principal Christian Horner and perhaps most importantly the most-lauded chief designer in F1, Adrian Newey.