Return to Imola and Portimao

Return to Imola and Portimao

Formula 1 will reportedly announce to the teams on Thursday that Portugal will fill the gap left by the race in Hanoi. Watch what the 2021 F1 Complete Calendar looks like now.

The Grand Prix of Portugal is (for now) the latest addition to the Formula 1 calendar for 2021. F1 wanted to return to their ‘regular season’ in 2021, but this has not been entirely successful yet. Coronavirus is still outside the world, and this has caused Australia to be postponed and the Grand Prix of China can no longer be found on the calendar.

So the start of the season was filled differently, with the start of the race in Bahrain and the second race not in China, but in Imola. In doing so, the historic circuit is back on the calendar again, having also been arranged as an alternate race in 2020. Now, just as in the past, it is the European season opener.

This major race now follows the Portugal Grand Prix, which was also seen as a substitute in the calendar in 2020. Portimao subsequently emerged as a Formula 1 circuit and it is said that it will also be the setting for the F1 race in 2021. 2021 is also the year of the race’s return. The Grand Prix in the Netherlands and the first appearance of the Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia.

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2021 Formula 1 calendar

Winter test in Bahrain: March 12-14

1. Bahrain: March 28

2. Emilia-Romagna: April 18

Portugal: May 2

Spain: May 9

5. Monaco: 23 mi

6. Azerbaijan: June 6

7. Canada: June 13th

8. France: June 27

9. Austria: 4 July

10. Great Britain: July 18

11. Hungary: August 1

12. Belgium: August 29

13. Netherlands: September 5th

14. Italy: September 12th

15. Russia: September 26

16. Singapore: October 3

17. Japan: October 10

18- America: October 24

19. Mexico: October 31

20. Brazil: November 7

21. Australia: November 21

22. Saudi Arabia: December 5

23. Abu Dhabi: December 12th

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