Mol believes 2021 calendar yet to be presented to teams

03-11-2020 07:28 | Updated: 03-11-2020 11:31
by GPblog.com
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Mol believes 2021 calendar yet to be presented to teams

Olav Mol and Jack Plooij believe the 2020 calendar hasn't even been presented to the teams but added they expect an announcment to come at the World Council meeting in December.

Over the past few weeks, more and more has become clear about the 2021 F1 calendar. It will be a full calendar again, consisting of 23 races. To the races originally planned for 2020, only the race in Saudi Arabia will be added. 

Still no F1 calendar

Mol asked during the podcast F1 aan Tafel at Jeroen Mul: "Have you seen that calendar? This is news in the year 2020. There is no calendar and it hasn't been presented to the teams either." Jack Plooij added: ''There will be a World Council meeting on 12 December where the calendar will be announced.''

According to Mol, there is a concept, but nothing is certain. ''FOM does say that they want to do 23 races. You can fill them in, but you can't shout that there's a calendar," said Mol.

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