The 2021 Formula 1 campaign moves on with the inaugural Qatar Grand Prix this weekend.
It marks the first of three races in the Middle East to conclude what has been a captivating title fight, with Red Bull driver Max Verstappen and Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton separated by just 14 points in the battle for the crown.
When is the Qatar GP?
The Qatar GP will be held on 21 November around the 5.38km, 16-turn Losail International Circuit, which is well-known by MotoGP fans.
After the third and final Sprint event of the year in Brazil, the race weekend will follow a traditional format, with qualifying taking place on Saturday ahead of Sunday's race.
How many laps is the Qatar GP?
The 2021 Qatar GP will be 57 laps with a maximum race time of two hours, if there are any stoppages or delays.
2021 F1 Qatar GP start times
|Time zone||Race start time|
|Pacific Daylight Time||07:00|
|Central Daylight Time||09:00|
|Eastern Daylight Time||10:00|
|Brasilia Standard Time||11:00|
|UK Time / GMT||14:00|
|Central European Time||15:00|
|Gulf Standard Time||18:00|
|India Standard Time||19:30|
|Western Indonesia Time||21:00|
|China Standard Time||22:00|
|Korea / Japan Standard Time||23:00|
|Australian Eastern Standard Time||00:00 (Monday)|
|New Zealand Standard Time||03:00 (Monday)|
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