The Imola circuit, which held its first F1 race for 14 years in 2020, is emerging as the frontrunner to fill the empty slot on next year’s calendar.
Formula 1 has confirmed Brazil’s round of the world championship will return to the calendar at the same venue but under a new name.
Formula 1 will visit 23 different circuits next year, but one of them hasn’t been chosen yet. Which track would you add to the 2021 calendar?
The Brazilian Grand Prix could remain at Interlagos for the foreseeable future as the circuit is closing on a new, five-year deal to host the race.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says teams will have to live with the two triple-headers which have been scheduled on the 2021 F1 calendar in order to accommodate its 23 races.
Formula 1 has revealed a draft calendar featuring a record-breaking 23 races for next year’s championship, but Vietnam does not feature and the venue for one of the events has not been confirmed.
Vietnam’s race does not appear on the draft 2021 F1 calendar but Interlagos has secured a place despite competition from a rival project in Rio de Janeiro, RaceFans understands.
The 2021 F1 calendar is expected to feature a record-breaking 23 races. But the sport’s experiment with two-day race weekends is unlikely to ease the burden on staff.
Formula 1’s long-rumoured first race in Saudi Arabia has been officially confirmed. A night race through the streets of Jeddah will take place in November 2021.
A draft 2021 F1 calendar with 23 races was presented to teams at yesterday’s meeting of the Formula 1 Commission, RaceFans understands.
Formula 1 still has “a couple of issues to resolve” on its 2021 calendar but intends to hold a more “normal” season next year, according to CEO Chase Carey.
With disruption from the pandemic likely to continue into 2021, some of the new rounds which were added to this year’s calendar could return next year, along with other changes.
The first grand prix in Saudi Arabia, to be held on a street circuit in Jeddah, looks increasingly likely to form part of the 2021 F1 calendar.
FIA president Jean Todt says he expects the 2021 F1 calendar will feature up to 22 races while the World Endurance Championship schedule will slim down to six.
Formula 1 has reached an “agreement in principle” to hold a round of the world championship in the City of Miami during 2021.