Formula 1: The 2021 calendar reduced to 22 Grands Prix with new dates

The promoter of the 2021 Formula 1 world championship released a modified calendar for the end of the season on Saturday, with a total of 22 races, including one yet to be confirmed, against 23 initially scheduled. Nevertheless, 22 races will be a new record.

After the 12th round in Belgium this weekend, the dates of the races in the Netherlands, Italy and Russia remain unchanged. On the other hand, the Turkish Grand Prix is ​​postponed for a week, to October 10.

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The Mexican Grand Prix, the Mexico City Grand Prix and the Sao Paulo Grand Prix are also one week behind the previous calendar and must now take place on November 7 and 14.

A Grand Prix remains to be confirmed for November 21, the date previously scheduled for the Australian Grand Prix canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Qatar, for a first Grand Prix in Formula 1, on a circuit that hosts MotoGP every year, or Bahrain, the scene of the first F1 GP of the season, are mentioned.

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