|Bahrain Grand Prix by f1.com|
The F1 2021 calendar has changed and will change again throughout the all Formula 1 season. In search of the best logistical route and the lowest cost, we would see the unpredictable decisions.
- The Australian Grand Prix will take place later this year.
- F1 2021 calendar will start with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28
- Imola replaces Chinese Grand Prix
CEO of Formula 1 Stefano Domenicali confirmed that the number of races scheduled for the season will remain unchanged, further confirmation, but not the last. In this way, Formula 1 revised F1 2021. It will begin a week later with the Bahrain Grand Prix on 28 March. The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix will take place from 18 to 21 November.
|Australian Grand Prix by F1.com|
The updated F1 2021 calendar
The TBC race on the calendar will be announced in due course and will take place on the new date of 2 May. As previously stated, Formula 1 expects the fans to return to the grandstands and exclusive Paddock Club for the 2021 season. How many fans are expected at the Grand Prix is debatable.
UPDATED MARCH 2021:
UPDATED 25 JUNE 2021:
Formula One has announced the return of the Turkish Grand Prix to the F1 calendar 2021. Istanbul Park will host the race weekend from 1 to 3 October, replacing the Singapore GP. This is not Turkey’s first attempt to return, Istanbul was supposed to replace the Canadian race – but it was quickly cancelled due to movement problems between Turkey and the UK.
UPDATED 6 JULY 2021:
The Australian Grand Prix will not take place in 2021. The race at Albert Park in Melbourne was scheduled for November 19-21 and Formula One will work through the details of options to replace the Australian Grand Prix
UPDATED 18 AUGUST 2021:
The Japanese Grand Prix was also cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
UPDATED 27 AUGUST
The FIA announced the reduction of the 2021 calendar from a planned 23 races to 22. Since the Japanese Grand Prix could not be replaced, it was decided to postpone the dates of the Grand Prix.
UPDATED 30 SEPTEMBER
Qatar has repeatedly stated its willingness to accept Formula 1. Said, done: Qatar officially joins the 2021 Formula One calendar. This is what the remaining stages of one of the most intense battles for the world title looks like.