Formula 1 has revealed the new calendar for the second half of the 2021 season at the Belgian GP.
Constant calendar changes have become normal for Formula 1 in the COVID-19 era. This Saturday is not an exception as the revised calendar for the remainder of the 2021 season has been presented.
Races in the Netherlands, Italy, and Russia will not have new dates, while the Turkish GP will be moved to October 8th-10th. The United States GP will be the only event at COTA and will stay in its original slot.
Mexican GP and Brazilian GP are pushed back by a week as well and will start another triple-header in November, which will be finished by an unannounced event. However, a race in Qatar is likely to be that event.
The 2021 Formula 1 season will conclude with a double-header in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi.
The revised 2021 Formula 1 calendar:
|Dutch GP||September 3rd-5th|
|Italian GP||September 10th-12th|
|Russian GP||September 24th-26th|
|Turkish GP||October 8th-10th|
|The United States GP||October 22nd-24th|
|Mexican GP||November 5th-7th|
|Brazilian GP||November 12th-14th|
|Saudi Arabia GP||December 3rd-5th|
|Abu Dhabi GP||December 10th-12th|