F1 announces provisional 2021 calendar with 23 Grands Prix

F1 has announced the schedule for the 2021 season, with 23 Grands Prix on the provisional calendar for next year. The season will kick off in Australia in mid-March, finish in Abu Dhabi in early December, and feature the World Championship race in Saudi Arabia for the first time.

Provisional 2021 F1 calendar

March 21:  Melbourne, Australia

March 28: Sakhir, Bahrain

April 11: Shanghai, China

April 25: TBC, TBC

May 9: Barcelona, Spain

May 23: Monaco, Monaco

June 6: Baku, Azerbaijan

June 13: Montreal, Canada

June 27: Le Castellet, France

July 4: Spielberg, Austria

July 18: Silverstone, United Kingdom

August 1:  Budapest, Hungary

August 29: Spa, Belgium

September 5: Zandvoort, Netherlands

September 12: Monza, Italy

September 26: Sochi, Russia

October 3: Singapore, Singapore

October 10: Suzuka, Japan

October 24: Austin, USA

October 31: Mexico City, Mexico

November 14: Sao Paulo, Brazil

November 28: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

December 5: Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi

The announcement follows an unprecedented year for F1 since it became the first international sport to restart its season after the COVID-19 resulted in a revised 2020 calendar of 17 races.

F1 revealed that the plans for 2021 season have involved extensive dialogue with all promoters as well as their local and national authorities at a time of ongoing fluidity related to the world health crisis. F1 and the FIA give the priority to robust health and safety measures to restart the revised 2020 season.

F1 also expect fans to return for the next season and for the event to look similar to the originally scheduled 2020 season. They will work closely with their partners to prepare for the season and look forward to the start in Australia on March 18th, 2021.

The provisional F1 calendar for 2021, in addition to those for the F 2 and F3 Championships, remains subject that needs to be approvaled by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council.

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