Formula 1 Calendar

After a chaotic and cramped 2020 Formula 1 season, Liberty Media and the FIA ​​hoped to organize a "normal" season again in 2021. The new Formula 1 calendar for 2021 has 23 races. However, the fourth race on the schedule is yet to be confirmed. The Vietnam Grand Prix was due to be held during this gap but the race was cancelled.

How "normal" the 2021 season will be, remains to be seen. The coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the world. Before the season has even started, the Australian Grand Prix is ​​in doubt. Due to this uncertainty, there is also no clarity about the location of the winter test. The usual location in Barcelona seemed likely, but with a possible postponement of the GP in Melbourne, a pre-season test in Bahrain seems to be the likely option.

For the first time in 36 years, the Grand Prix of the Netherlands will return to the F1 calendar. The race in the Netherlands will take place on the Circuit Zandvoort. For the first time in his F1 career, Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen will compete in a home race. The developments surrounding the coronavirus will determine whether this is possible in September 2021, amid loud cheers from his orange army of fans.

If the 23-race calendar can be completed in its entirety, this will be the longest season ever in F1. This is partly due to the Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia. With a street circuit in Jeddah, the kingdom in the Middle East has a GP for the first time.

If the 23-race calendar can be completed in its entirety, then this will be the longest season ever in F1. This is partly due to the Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia. With a street circuit in Jeddah, the kingdom in the Middle East has a GP for the first time.

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