F1 released a preliminary calendar a couple of weeks ago. Then the traditional start in Melbourne, Australia, was back a few years ago. Unfortunately, this has now changed.
Australia has to make do without an F1 premiere also in 2021. However, there is a hope to run this GP later in the season, at the end of November. But this is a big deal, the trip there is a logistical nightmare for the teams.
One can also think that the new updated and still preliminary calendar is ambitious at the top with as many as 23 competitions.
Now the premiere is set instead to Bahrain, where last year we saw two races in a row. The short course was really spectacular.
F1 has also confirmed that there will be no pre-season test in Valencia, Spain, but that these will also be moved to Bahrain. A very wise decision.
This year’s third GP stands as TBC (To Be Confirmed) and here most indicate that it will be Portimao, Portugal, who will host this. Also a good message considering how successful last year’s race on this track was.
This is according to the motto that the less data the teams have about a track, the better race is to be expected.
Finally, we note that China is not on the revised calendar. Vietnam is not included either, a race that would have premiered in 2020.
But audience then? Well, here we can not hope too much. At least not at the beginning of the season. Therefore, have ice in your stomach, watch the competitions V Sport Motor, Viaplay or via F1 TV. Should the situation brighten towards the end of the year, the last competition will take place 10–12 December, so try to find tickets for these competitions. Even if they happen to be on the other side of the earth.
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