Formula 1 has announced today morning its calendar for season 2021 ahead of Turkish Grand Prix.
The next year’s calendar includes 23 races starting with Australian Grand Prix on March 21 and concluding with Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 5.
Vietnam Grand Prix is missing from 2021 calendar while it remains unknown which country will host a race on April 25.
|21 March 2021||Australia||Melbourne|
|28 March 2021||Bahrein||Sakhir|
|11 April 2021||China||Shanghai|
|25 April 2021||n.n.b.||n.n.b.|
|9 May 2021||Spain||Barcelona|
|23 May 2021||Monaco||Monte Carlo|
|6 June 2021||Azerbaizan||Baku|
|13 June 2021||Canada||Montreal|
|27 June 2021||France||Paul Ricard|
|4 July 2021||Austria||Spielberg|
|18 July 2021||England||Silverstone|
|1 August 2021||Hungary||Budapest|
|29 August 2021||Belgium||Spa|
|5 September 2021||Netherlands||Zandvoort|
|12 September 2021||Italy||Monza|
|26 September 2021||Russia||Sochi|
|3 October 2021||Singapore||Singapore|
|10 Ocober 2021||Japan||Suzuka|
|24 October 2021||U.S.||Austin|
|31 October 2021||Mexico||Mexico stad|
|14 November 2021||Brazil||Sao Paulo|
|28 November 2021||Saubi Arabia||Jeddah|
|5 December 2021||Abu Dhabi||Abu Dhabi|
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