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F1 announces revised 22-race 2021 calendar

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Formula One announced a revised 22-race season on Saturday with one venue yet to be confirmed.

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After this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix the following three races at Zandvoort in the Netherlands, Italy and Russia remain unchanged.

The Turkish Grand Prix is now being held a week later than planned on October 10.

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The United States Grand Prix retains its original date of October 24 but the races in Mexico and Brazil have been pushed back a week to November 7 and 14 respectively.

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The slot due to have been filled by the Australian Grand Prix on November 21 will now be held at another venue, possibly Bahrain, or Qatar.

The season concludes with the first ever Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at Jeddah on December 5 and the Abu Dhabi finale on December 12.

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Revised Formula One 2021 calendar

March 28: Bahrain (Sakhir) – won by Lewis Hamilton

April 18: Emilia Romagna (Imola) – won by Max Verstappen

May 2: Portugal (Portimao) – won by Lewis Hamilton

May 9: Spain (Barcelona) – won by Lewis Hamilton

May 23: Monaco – Max Verstappen

June 6: Azerbaijan (Baku) –  won by Sergio Perez

June 20: France (Le Castellet) – won by Max Verstappen

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June 27: Styria, Austria (Spielberg) – won by Max Verstappen

July 4: Austria (Spielberg) – won by Max Verstappen

July 18: Britain (Silverstone) – won by Lewis Hamilton

August 1: Hungary (Budapest) – won by Esteban Ocon

August 29: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

September 5: Netherlands (Zandvoort)

September 12: Italy (Monza)

September 26: Russia (Sochi)

October 10: Turkey (Istanbul Park) 

October 24: United States (Austin)

November 7: Mexico (Mexico City)

November 14: Brazil (Sao Paulo)

November 21: Venue TBC

December 5: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

December 12: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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