Formula 1 has officially announced a revised calendar for the rest of the 2021 season with a total 22 races.
Following the announcement earlier this month concerning the Japanese Grand Prix’s cancellation, a record number of F1 races will be held this year.
Existing venues on the revised schedule have had their dates adjusted.
This weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix will be met by two consecutive race weekends at Zandvoort, then Monza in Italy. A trip to Sochi in Russia then follows.
The Turkish Grand Prix, originally set for October 3, has been moved a week further to October 10.
USA’s Grand Prix remains for the original October 24 date before the following Mexican and Brazilian GP’s have been moved a week further.
On November 21, a circuit has yet to be announced before the penultimate race in Jeddah for the Saudi Arabian GP on December 5.
As annual tradition since 2010, the Abu Dhabi GP will end the 2021 season with a finale on December 12.
|September 03-05||Dutch Grand Prix 2021|
|September 10-12||Italian Grand Prix 2021|
|September 24-26||Russian Grand Prix 2021|
|October 08-10||Turkish Grand Prix 2021|
|October 22-24||United States Grand Prix 2021|
|November 05-07||Mexican Grand Prix 2021|
|November 12-14||Brazilian Grand Prix 2021|
|December 03-05||Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2021|
|December 10-12||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021|