It appears that plans to hold a second race in the United States in Miami have been stalled for at least another year, and work has not been completed with a circuit in Rio de Janeiro to host a grand prize in Brazil, due to protests from environmental activists, which means that the schedule may eventually shrink to 22 races and remain a number Standard.
The Corona virus added more mystery about the races and the attendance of the masses, but the races were held this year, which enhances the chances of fully participating in the season.
The current season could have included 22 races, as Vietnam was to host its first race with the return of the Netherlands Grand Prix for the first time in 34 years, but the number decreased to 17 races due to Corona.
Formula 1 teams received a draft of the 2021 schedule last Monday, and the final list will likely not be published until weeks later.
A source told “Reuters” that Saudi Arabia has been added to the schedule and will likely join the final round of the season in Abu Dhabi.
The race will be held in Jeddah, the second largest city in Saudi Arabia, until a circuit is built in Qiddiya, an hour’s drive from the capital, Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia will host the Dakar Rally in January and two Formula E World Electric Car Championship races in Diriyah on February 26 and 27.
In the event that a race is held in Saudi Arabia, it will be the third Formula 1 in the Middle East, after the Bahrain and Abu Dhabi races.
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