|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.