Formula 1's governing body has confirmed there will be 19 races in 2013 after a home could not be found for a 20th race.
A provisional date had been set aside for an additional European race on 21 July but a deal with a host circuit could not be reached.
Turkey, Portugal and Austria had all been touted as possible hosts after a new race in
New Jersey was postponed.
The European Grand Prix had already been dropped from the 2013 calendar.
The full 2013 F1 calendar is as follows:
17 March - Australia (Melbourne)
24 March - Malaysia (Sepang)
14 April - China (Shanghai, live on BBC)
21 April - Bahrain (Sakhir)
12 May - Spain (Barcelona, live on BBC)
26 May - Monaco
9 June - Canada (Montreal, live on BBC)
30 June - Britain (Silverstone, live on BBC)
7 July - Germany (Nurburgring/Hockenheim)
28 July - Hungary (Hungaroring)
25 August - Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps, live on BBC)
8 September - Italy (Monza, live on BBC)
22 September - Singapore (Marina Bay)
6 October - Korea (Yeongam)
13 October - Japan (Suzuka, live on BBC)
27 October - India (Buddh International, live on BBC)
3 November - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)
17 November - United States (Austin)
24 November - Brazil (Interlagos, live on BBC)