‘This is the provisional Formula 1 calendar of 2021 with 23...

The corona crisis has occupied the FOM and FIA enormously this year. The calendar had to be completely changed and now it is time to also present the calendar for next season to the teams. However, there will be no Plan B in 2021.

Earlier this year, in March, the entire Formula 1 circus left in good spirits for Australia for the first race of the season. At the very last moment, however, all sessions were canceled and everyone could go home with the first plane. A big downer, which led to a lot of comments and criticism afterwards. Formula 1 naturally wants to prevent that in 2021. That is why they presented the calendar for next season to all those involved in F1 during a big six-hour meeting last Monday. According to Car, motor and sport people are looking forward to it and the calendar is even more complete than intended in 2020. Next year, no fewer than 23 races will have to be completed.

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You may wonder: how? How can all teams, with entourage, fly all over the world if there is no vaccine by then? According to BOORISHNESS the management in London has received a promise from all countries that the entire Formula 1 circus may enter the country under special conditions. Rapid tests would be used to quickly detect and treat infections.

It is therefore crucial that everyone adheres to the rules and that there are no setbacks in the season. There is no plan B. “One more such season and we are all broke,” said Liberty Media. With a packed season of no less than 23 races, there is also room to cancel any races. Below is the draft calendar according to the sources of BOORISHNESS to see. Not every Grand Prix has already been given a fixed date, but an indication.

Conceptkalender 2021

According to AMuS, the season will start with three days of winter testing, probably in Barcelona. Bahrain is also an option.

21 March: GP Australia

28th of March: Bahrain GP

11 april: GP China

25 april: GP Vietnam – subject to state politics

May 9: GP Spain

May 23: GP Monaco

June 6: GP Azerbaijan

Mid June: GP Canada

June July: GP France

July: GP Austria

July: GP England

July:GP Hungary

SUMMER STOP

After the summer break, two triple headers will take place. The first consists of:

GP Italy

GP Netherlands

GP Belgium

The second consists of:

GP Singapore

GP Japan

GP Russia

Seasonal end in December: GP Abu Dhabi


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