The New 23-Racing Event Calendar in 2021
The Dates For The 2021 Formula One Season
There have been some slight amendments to the newly expanded Formula one season for 2021. Please contact us if you would be interested in going to go to one of the Grand Prix events this year.
FIA World Sport Council has accepted the 2021 calendar for the Formula One season and this year will include 23 grand prix races from all around the world, which is the record to date. What will be the longest season in history has had a new race added from the Middle East, the Saudi Grand Prix and the Dutch Grand Prix is returning after one year of absence.
|2||Bahrain Grand Prix||Bahrain International Circuit||March 26 – 28|
|15||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Imola||April 16 – 18|
|4||TBC Grand Prix||TBC||April 30 – May 2||5||Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Catalunya||May 7 – 9|
|6||Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco||May 20 – 23|
|7||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Baku City Circuit||June 4 – 6|
|8||Canadian Grand Prix||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve||June 11 – 13|
|9||French Grand Prix||Paul Ricard||June 25 – 27|
|10||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||July 2 – 4|
|11||British Grand Prix||Silverstone||July 16 – 18|
|12||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||July 30 – August 1|
|13||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||August 27 – 29|
|14||Dutch Grand Prix||Zandvoort||September 3 – 5|
|15||Italian Grand Prix||Monza||September 10 – 12|
|16||Russian Grand Prix||Sochi Autodrom||September 24 – 26||17||Singapore Grand Prix||Marina Bay||October 1 – 3|
|18||Japanese Grand Prix||Suzuka||October 8 – 10|
|19||United States Grand Prix||Circuit of the Americas||October 22 – 24|
|20||Mexican Grand Prix||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez||October 29 – 31|
|21||Brazilian Grand Prix||Interlagos||November 5 – 7|
|1||Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park||November 19 – 21|
|22||Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||Yas Marina||December 3 – 5|
|23||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina||December 10 – 12|
The 2020 season was supposed to be a record breaker with 22 races, but because of the Covid-19 Pandemic it was reduced to only 17, let’s hope there will be no disruption to the schedule in 2021. Formula One are determined to carry on with their plans despite the problem of the virus throughout the world and we hope so too, not only for ourselves, but for our guests, who we know are eager to get back to supporting their favourite sport.
The 23-race schedule has been approved, but there is one race still to be confirmed in Vietnam's place on the proposed date of April 25. There has been some controversy with this venue and one senior figure Hanoi People’s Committee chairman Nguyen Duc Chung has been imprisoned for 5 years because of this and hence it will not probably go ahead in Hanoi, we will have to wait and see what is decided with this date, Istanbul and Imola Portugal reportedly the most likely candidates, but talks with Vietnam are still ongoing.
The Portuguese event in the Algarve had its first showing this year in 2020, but the Turkish event in Istanbul dates back further and returned to the calendar this year for the first time since 2011.
There were talks that the Brazilian GP at Interlagos would not be carrying on, but that is not the case and it will now be called officially the Sao Paulo Grand Prix and we are happy to hear this as we do love offering our guests the opportunity to enjoy this great event in South America.