Formula 1's 2021 calendar announced
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Formula 1's 2021 calendar announced

F1's governing body approves 23-race calendar, new season to start March 21 in Australia

News Service AA

The governing body of Formula 1 on Wednesday approved its 23-race calendar for next year.

The FIA said the new season would kick off in Australia on March 21 and finish with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Dec. 5.

It said in a statement that Saudi Arabia would host its first-ever F1 race in the coastal city of Jeddah on Nov. 28 and that the Turkish Grand Prix would not be on the calendar.

F1 returned to Turkey after nine long years in November. Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton secured the 2020 F1 title with a first-place finish at Intercity Istanbul Park.

Also, another race will be held on April 25, though the venue is yet to be announced.


- The 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship calendar is as follows:

March 21

Australia

Melbourne

March 28

Bahrain

Sakhir

April 11

China

Shanghai

April 25

TBC

TBC

May 9

Spain

Barcelona**

May 23

Monaco

Monaco

June 6

Azerbaijan

Baku

June 13

Canada

Montreal

June 27

France

Le Castellet

July 4

Austria

Spielberg

July 18

Great Britain

Silverstone

Aug. 1

Hungary

Budapest

Aug. 29

Belgium

Spa-Francorchamps

Sept. 5

Netherlands

Zandvoort

Sept. 12

Italy

Monza

Sept. 26

Russia

Sochi

Oct. 3

Singapore

Singapore

Oct. 10

Japan

Suzuka

Oct. 24

US

Austin, Texas

Oct. 31

Mexico

Mexico City

Nov. 14

Brazil

Sao Paulo

Nov. 28

Saudi Arabia

Jeddah*

Dec. 5

Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina

* Subject to circuit homologation

** Subject to promoter agreement

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