The new season was due to start on March 21 in Melbourne with the Australian Grand Prix, but now this stage has been provisionally postponed to November 21.
For this reason, the start of the season is scheduled for a week later with a stage in Bahrain. The Chinese section, which has been postponed indefinitely from 11 April, has also been removed from the previously approved calendar.
Instead, on April 18, the stage on the Imola track in Italy was approved.
Last season, the stage in Australia was canceled shortly before the first practice races. The stage in Melbourne, like many other stages, including the famous Monaco Grand Prix, was not completed in the 2020 season.
Last year, there were 17 stages in the series, most of which took place without the presence of spectators, but in 2021, the goal of F-1 is to bring fans back to the stands.
It is planned that 23 stages will be completed this season.
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