2021 F1 Calendar

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

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F1 To Discuss Plans To Replace Canadian GP With Race In Turkey

Formula 1 could return to Turkey this year, with the F1 Commission set to discuss plans to replace the 2021 Canadian Grand Prix with a race in Istanbul due to the third wave of COVID-19 infections in the North American country, RaceFans has reported. The Nürburgring is another venue that could host the seventh-round of

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Formula One Denies Canadian & Brazilian GPs Facing Cancellation Due To COVID-19

Formula One has told Formula1News.co.uk that reports this year’s Canadian and Brazilian Grand Prix are likely to be cancelled are false. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim “Both of these suggestions are wrong,” an F1 spokesperson said in a brief statement when approached for comment on the matter. Earlier, the

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F1 Could Race In Turkey & Bahrain Again In 2021

Formula One could hold another race in Bahrain this season and also visit Istanbul amid uncertainty about the Canadian and Brazilian Grand Prix due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. READ: Mercedes Hit Back At Bottas’ ‘Not Quite Normal’ Strategy Claim The provisional 23-race 2021 calendar was already hit with disruption earlier this year, with the

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F1 To Race At Portimão Again This Year As 2021 Calendar Finalised

F1 will race at Portimão once again this upcoming season, with the Portuguese Grand Prix today being announced as the third round of the 2021 Championship. Announcing the addition of the Portuguese GP to the calendar, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said he is “confident and excited” about this upcoming season. READ: Aston Martin Unveil 2021

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Bahrain Wants To Utilise ‘Unique Opportunity’ To Vaccinate F1 Personnel

The government of Bahrain has said it will be offering all F1 personnel the opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID-19 when they travel to the Kingdom later this month for pre-season testing and the first grand prix of 2021. Pre-season testing will begin on 12 March, while the season-opener – the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix

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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

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Saudi Arabian GP Won’t Be A Street Race After 2023

The inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is set to take place in early December of this year around the streets of Jeddah. However, in a recent interview, Prince Khalid bin Sultan Al-Abdullah Al-Faisal confirmed that the grand prix will only temporarily take place on a Jeddah street circuit. READ: F1 Fans Could Be Allowed To

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F1 Fans Could Be Allowed To Attend 2021 Monaco GP – Marko

It was recently reported that the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix and two other street races scheduled to take place in the first half of the season were facing cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join F1 TV To Watch Live Grand Prix & Access Hundreds Of Full Races However, organisers of the event were quick

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Monaco GP Organisers Respond To Reports 2021 Race Will Be Cancelled

Organisers of the Monaco Grand Prix have responded to reports that the event is set to be cancelled this year. Join F1 TV To Watch Live Grand Prix & Access Hundreds Of Full Races The Monaco Grand Prix didn’t feature on the makeshift 2020 F1 calendar, and it was recently reported that the event, in

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