2021 Australian GP

F1 Considering Alternative Venues After Australian GP Cancelled

Formula One is considering its options after the 2021 Australian Grand Prix was cancelled on Tuesday amid escalating concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. Australia was set to play host to the 2021 season-opener, but in January it was announced that the grand prix would be postponed until November, with Bahrain instead hosting

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali - Formula1news.co.uk

F1 CEO: ‘We Don’t Want To Jump The Line’ For COVID-19 Vaccines

Last year’s F1 calendar had to be radically changed as a result of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the 2021 calendar has already been tweaked due to coronavirus concerns in some countries. And, so far, six F1 drivers, in addition to a number of team staff, have tested positive for the virus

2021 Monaco GP facing cancellation - Formula1news.co.uk

Monaco GP Plus Two Other Races To Be Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Formula One’s 2021 calendar already suffered a number of blows earlier this month, when it was confirmed that the Australian GP would be postponed and the Chinese GP was facing cancellation. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story again And now, it has been reported that three grand prix in May

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Bahrain Will Host First Race Of 2021, Australian GP To Take Place In Autumn

Bahrain will step in to host the 2021 season-opener with the Australian Grand Prix, which has traditionally been the first race of the season in modern Formula One, likely to instead take place in the Autumn, according to Lawrence Stroll. The Canadian billionaire, who heads up the consortium of investors which owns the newly rebranded


Australian GP Organisers Dismiss Rumoured 2021 Weekend Move

Over this past weekend, a provisional calendar was leaked for the 2021 Formula One season which included 22 races and suggested a new Saudi Arabian GP will take place near the end of the season. One of the most unexpected features of the leaked calendar was that the Australian Grand Prix had apparently been moved