(Motorsport-Whole.com) – Formula 1 will be in the season 2021 with a calendar above 23 Plan races. A first draft of the calendar was given to the teams at a meeting of the Formula 1 Commission yesterday, Monday. According to information from ‘Motorsport-Whole.com’ it includes all originally planned races of the season 2020 and a new Substantial Prix in Saudi Arabia.

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2020 races such as Portimao, Mugello or Imola do not appear in the first draft, just like a Formula 1 race in Germany at the Hockenheimring or the Nürburgring .

In addition to the planned new race, the biggest changes include the postponement of the Dutch Grand Prix to the summer and two of the triple headers, which are unpopular with the teams. The new Formula 1 season should start on 21. March in Melbourne, Australia, although there had recently been reports of a postponement to the second half of the year. A week later, Bahrain will follow, before China and Vietnam are scheduled to go every two weeks.

By relocating Zandvoort, Barcelona (May 9) would once again be the start of the European season, before the classic in Monaco (22. May) is pending.

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Azerbaijan retains its place in June and is planned again with the race in Canada before the regular European season brings Formula 1 to France, Austria, Great Britain and Hungary. The Hungaroring is the last race before the summer break in August.

After the cease it goes on in quick succession. It should start with a European triple header that includes the races in Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands. Triple headers are actually unpopular with the teams and should after the attempt 2018 actually no longer take place – until the current season 2020 has overturned all plans.

Nevertheless it should 2021 give a second triple header, which includes the races in Singapore, Russia and Japan. This creates space for an additional race in Saudi Arabia, where you want to drive on a street circuit in Jeddah. However, there are no specific dates for the second half of the racing calendar.

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The only thing that is certain is that the Brazilian Grand Prix of Sao Paulo is to move to Rio de Janeiro , where a new route is being created, not only among environmentalists is controversial. The season finale will take place in Abu Dhabi as usual.

Whether the calendar can ultimately be implemented in this way is another question. According to current information, there should not be a Design B.

By the way: The location of the winter test drives has not yet been determined one hundred percent. However, it is said that at least one test should be moved from Barcelona to Bahrain.

The planned Formula 1 races 2021 *:

1. Australia (Melbourne)

2. Bahrain (Sachir)

3. China (Shanghai)

4. Vietnam (Hanoi )

5. Spain (Barcelona)

6 . Monaco (Monte Carlo)

7. Azerbaijan (Baku)

8. Canada (Montreal)

9. France (Le Castellet)

10. Austria (Spielberg)

11. Great Britain (Silverstone)

12. Hungary (Budapest)

13. Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

14. Italy (Monza)

15. Netherlands (Zandvoort)
16. Singapore (Singapore)

17. Japan (Suzuka)

18. Russia (Sochi)
19. Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

20. Mexico (Mexico City)

21. United States (Austin)

22. Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)

23. Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)

The order of the races does not necessarily match the final calendar.


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