The Formula 1 racing calendar is final

The Formula 1 racing calendar is final

MTI wrote that it became official that the Portuguese Grand Prix would take place on May 2, making it the standard calendar for this year’s F1 World Series of 23 races.

F1 managers announced on Friday that they are now working with the promoter and the Portuguese government to ensure that spectators can also be present on the stands at Algarve Racecourse.

Portimao made his Formula 1 debut last October, with 27,000 spectators, then seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) won the race, the first in Portugal after a 25-year hiatus.

In mid-December, the FIA’s World Motorsports Council adopted this year’s F1 racing calendar, which includes the Hungarian Grand Prix on August 1.

However, the date of April 25 was left free, at which time the first Vietnam Grand Prix, which was postponed from last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, was scheduled to take place, but Hanoi will not take over this year either due to a pandemic. Instead of the Asian venue, the stadium will compete in Portugal in a week.

The season starts on March 28th in Bahrain.

2021 race calendar

March 28: Bahrain Grand Prix, Sahir
April 18: Imola
May 2: Portuguese Grand Prix, Portimao
May 9: Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona
May 23: The Grand Prix of Monaco, Monte Carlo
June 6: Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
June 13: Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
June 27: French Grand Prix, Le Castelet
July 4: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
July 18: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
August 1: The Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungary
Aug 29: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
Sep 5th: Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort
September 12: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
September 26: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi
October 3: Singapore Grand Prix, Singapore
October 10: Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
October 24: United States Grand Prix, Austin
October 31: Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City
November 7: Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paulo
November 21: Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne
December 5: The Grand Prize of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
Dec. 12: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Abu Dhabi

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