F1 calender 2021
The 2021 Formula 1 calendar will consist of 23 Grand Prix. Familiar stops in Canada, Monaco, France and Japan are back while the Dutch Grand Prix returns for the first time since 1985.
The 2021 F1 calendar consists of a record breaking 23 Grand Prix held across the world. Things kick off with the opening round in Bahrain on March 28, while the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix once again brings the season to a close on December 12.
The 2021 F1 schedule will look to return to a more traditional format after 2020, though the usual season opener in Australia has been pushed back to November 21. Teams will venture to Europe for the first time on April 18 with the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Italy. The Dutch Grand Prix is back after its 2020 return was cancelled, with the event set for September 5.
New on the F1 calendar is the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, with drivers taking in the Jeddah Street Circuit for the first time on November 28. Germany will not hold an event after the Nurburgring hosted the Eifel Grand Prix last season, while the Vietnam Grand Prix has been cancelled with F1 expected to name a replacement race in the coming weeks.
The complete F1 schedule for 2021 can be found below.
||Bahrein International Circuit||28 Mar|
||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari||18 Apr|
||Autódromo Internacional do Algarve||2 May|
||Circuit de Catalunya||9 May|
||Circuit de Monaco||23 May|
||Baku City Circuit||6 Jun|
||Circuit Paul Ricard||20 Jun|
||Red Bull Ring||27 Jun|
||Red Bull Ring||4 Jul|
||Circuit Silverstone||18 Jul|
||Circuit Zandvoort||5 Sep|
||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||12 Sep|
||Sochi Autodrom||26 Sep|
||Marina Bay Street Circuit||3 Oct|
||Suzuka Circuit||10 Oct|
||Circuit of the Americas||24 Oct|
||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez||31 Oct|
||Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace Interlagos||7 Nov|
||Albert Park||21 Nov|
||Jeddah Street Circuit||5 Dec|
||Yas Marina Circuit||12 Dec|