Calendar of Formula 1 - 2021

Bahrain Grand Prix is the first race of the Formula One Championship held in the Middle East. Bahrain International Circuit features the event since 2004. The track offers 6 different layouts and is located in the middle of sand dunes at Sakhir. The F1 Bahrain circuit includes a total of 15 corners.

2021 Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix
26-28 March 2021

<p>Monaco Grand Prix is definitely the most glamorous and prestigious GP of the Formula 1 World Championship. The race is held, since 1929, in the streets of Monte Carlo. It is recognised by the drivers, spectators and fans as the most technical circuit of the F1 calendar. The street track includes tight corners, several chicanes, a tunnel section and elevation changes.</p>

2021 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix
20-23 May 2021

2021 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix
04-06 June 2021

The Canadian Grand Prix is included in the Formula One World Championship since 1967. First held at Mosport Park, it finally moved to Ile Notre-Dame in Montréal. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is famous for its hairpins and the kilometer-long straight line ending on the first turn, well known for the numerous incidents.

2021 Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix
11-13 June 2021

2021 Formula 1 French Grand Prix
18-20 June 2021

<p>The Austrian Grand Prix finally returns in the Formula 1 World Championship Calendar after more than 10 years of absence. Red Bull Ring, founded as Österreichring, was bought and completely rebuild by Red Bull. The new track reopened in May 2011. The circuit is located in the middle of Speilberg’s mountains and renowned to be very fast.</p>

2021 Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix
02-04 July 2021

The British Grand Prix is, with the Italian GP, the oldest race continuously included in the Formula 1 World Championship. Great Britain is the home of Formula One. Silverstone Circuit hosted the 1st race of the World Championship in 1950. The track has been modified in 2010 to improve the entertainment, with a new combination of turns.

2021 Formula 1 British Grand Prix
16-18 July 2021

<p>The Belgian Grand Prix is held at Spa-Francorchamps circuit, located in the Ardennes region near Spa. It is one of the most challenging tracks of the Formula One World Championship. With its unpredictable weather, the Belgium GP has always been spectacular. The layout is very famous for the “Raidillon” in the “Eau Rouge” section and for “La Source” hairpin. One of the most popular races for F1 drivers and fans.</p>

2020 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix
27-29 August 2021

2021 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix
03-05 September 2021

<p>Monza track, Ferrari’s Home, was built in 1922. The Autodromo Nazionale Monza hosts the Italian Grand Prix, one of the longest running motorsport events in history. The layout has been only modified 8 times since its opening in 1922. Monza is called by Italians “La Pista Magica”, the magic track, for its long history combined by exceptional victories and horrible accidents.</p>

2021 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
10-12 September 2021

The Russian Grand Prix was only held in 1913 and 1914. Finally after 100 years, a new Russian Grand Prix will be organized in 2014. Sochi International Street Circuit will host the 1st Formula 1 Grand Prix in Russia. The track is located in the middle of Sotchi Olympic Park. It starts north edge, then around the medals plaza, through several tight corners, finally behind the pit paddock toward the train station to complete the circuit.

2021 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix
24-26 September 2021

Singapore hosts the night-time race of the Formula 1 Championship. Singapore Grand Prix is taking place in the streets of Singapore, around Marina Bay, and in the middle of skyscrapers. Strong lightning is used to create excellent visibility. Modified in 2009 to allow more overtaking and increased safety, Marina Bay Street Circuit is a very technical track.

2021 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
01-03 October 2021

Japan, “Land of the Rising Sun”, hosts one of the most appreciated Formula 1 races of the season. The Japanese Grand Prix is organised at Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka Circuit. The track is very famous for its unique shape, a figure of an eight and includes notorious turns such as the 130R and Spoon curve. It has always been an exciting event over the years with more than 10 F1 World Champions crowned at Suzuka.

2021 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
08-10 October 2021

Formula 1 is finally back in the US after 4 years of absence. Austin was chosen as the new place to host the United States Grand Prix. The Circuit of the Americas was built especially for Formula One event and is located near Austin in Texas. The layout was inspired by famous sections of the best F1 circuits, in particular Turns 3 to 6 by Becketts section at Silverstone and Turns 12 through 15 by the stadium section of Hockenheimring.

United States
2021 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix
22-24 October 2021

After 23 years of absence, the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Mexico is back in the F1 World Championship calendar since 2015. It takes place on the circuit of the Rodriguez brothers (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez) near Mexico City. The circuit name is an homage to the brothers Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, famous Mexican pilots who died on the circuits in 1962 and 1971. The circuit had to be modified and upgraded to be able to host this championship again. It is a fast and technical track due to the diversity of its turns, and the elevation of its ground.

2021 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Mexico
29-31 October 2021

The Autodromo José Carlos Pace, located near Sao Paulo in Interlagos hosts the event since 1990. The track incorporates high-speed straight lines as well as a very technical and twisty sector 2. The Brazilian Grand Prix has always attracted a huge crowd of F1 fans.

2021 Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix
12-14 November 2021

The Australian Grand Prix is held at Albert Park in Melbourne, since 1996. First race of the Formula One World Championship, this temporary street circuit is located around Albert Park Lake. The track is fast and easy to drive. Despite all straights, only few are good enough for overtaking. What better F1 start than the summer of Australia!!

2021 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix
19-21 November 2021

Yas Marina circuit is one of the few anti-clockwise tracks of the FIA F1 calendar. Located on Yas Island, a man-made island, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is a very unique event with an underground pit lane, a layout passing through Yas Viceroy Hotel and around a beautiful Marina Bay. It is known to be the “sunset Grand Prix” as races have always finished by sunset. The famous Ferrari World is situated near the North U-turn of the circuit.

Abu Dhabi
2021 Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
03-05 December 2021