F1 updates the calendar: this is how the 2021 season remains

Turkey is delayed, also Mexico and Brazil, and Qatar can enter to close a campaign of 22 races, the maximum ever in the history of the championship.

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Official: F1 updates the Formula 1 calendar to accommodate cancellations from Japan and Australia, which have yet to take over. If all the races scheduled to take place now, the season would have 22 events instead of the 23 originally planned. It would be, in any case, the campaign with the greatest prizes in the history of the championship.

Turkey moves a week and the United States separates from the American triplet: Mexico and Brazil in turn delay their dates by a week to join a third race to be confirmed. This is Qatar, which has not yet finalized the details of its agreement with F1. In case of not materializing, Bahrain could assume the place. The season will end on schedule with the Saudi Arabia / Abu Dhabi double.

This is the F1 calendar 2021

— Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps: August 29

— Dutch GP, Zandvoort: September 5,

— Italian GP, Monza: September 13,

— Russian GP, Sochi: September 26,

— Turkish GP, Istanbul: October 10,

— United States GP, Austin: October 24,

— GP of Mexico, Hermanos Rodríguez: November 7,

— Brazilian GP, Sao Paulo: November 14,

— GP TBD (Qatar *): Nov 21,

— Saudi Arabian GP, Jeddah: December 5,

— Abu Dhabi GP, Yas Marina: December 12,



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