The first thing you need to know is when your 2019 Formula One World Championship is set to begin.
The ETR, which was established by the FIA in 2015, will be held from January 26-30 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
This will be the last season of the current championship, which is a worldwide championship held annually by the F1 World Championship.
There will be four rounds.
The first round will be on January 27-28, which will be followed by a two-day warm-up race on January 29-30.
That will be contested at Circuit of The Americas.
The second round, on February 2-3, will start with a two days race on February 3-4.
The ETR is set for its 50th race of the season on February 11-12 at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
That is also the last round of the championship.
The next round is scheduled for February 12-14, which would be the final race of 2019.
In 2017, the ETR was held on February 6-7 at the Yas Marina circuit.
It will be a two weeks long event, and the final event is on February 12.
There are no details on when the 2019 season will start or finish, but there are plenty of points to be gained for those who are ready for the 2019 edition.
The first round of 2019 will feature three races in the first half of the year.
There is the new FIA Formula Renault 3.5 World Championship at the FIA International Circuit of Sao Paulo, Brazil on February 7-8.
There are also the Formula Renault World Championship and the Japanese Super Formula Series, which are in parallel.
Next month will be two days of qualifying at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with the first qualifying round on February 14.
The championship will take place on February 21-22 at the famous Circuit de la Sarthe in France.
The event will be run as the first-ever event of its kind in the world.
There also will be an open race at the Mugello circuit on February 26-27, with its first race being the Formula E series race.
The final round of F1 will take the form of the FIA Formula E Championship, which starts from February 29-31 in Shanghai.
The FIA is also preparing for the start of the new season.
The FIA Formula One WEC is scheduled to start from March 1-3 at the Suzuka circuit.
The F1 season will also include two races in France: the Renault Sport F1 race on March 1 and the French Grand Prix.
The F1 calendar for 2019 is now out for public viewing.
The new calendar is expected to be announced by March 1.