he 2021 season will be the longest in Formula One history with 23 races across the globe as Lewis Hamilton bids for an eighth world title.
In a revised calendar, the season-opening race in Australia has been shifted eight months to the end of November in a response to the Covid pandemic, a year after the 2020 edition was scrapped with the F1 paddock already in situ in Melbourne.
The new-for-2020 Vietnam Grand Prix has been scrapped from the calendar altogether, but there is a newcomer on the schedule in the shape of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on December 5.
Here is the 37-week marathon calendar in full from the season-opening race, the Bahrain Grand Prix, on March 28 all the way through to the 2021 finale in Abu Dhabi just over two weeks before Christmas Day.
F1 2021 season calendar in full
March 28 – Bahrain Grand Prix, Bahrain International Circuit
April 18 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Imola Circuit
May 2 – Portuguese Grand Prix, Algarve International Circuit
May 9 – Spanish Grand Prix, Circuit de Catalunya
May 23 – Monaco Grand Prix, Circuit de Monaco
June 6 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku City Circuit
June 13 – Canadian Grand Prix, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
June 27 – French Grand Prix, Circuit Paul Ricard
July 4 – Austrian Grand Prix, Red Bull Ring
July 18 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
August 1 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring
August 29 – Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
September 5 – Dutch Grand Prix, Circuit Zandvoort
September 12 – Italian Grand Prix, Monza
September 26 – Russian Grand Prix, Sochi Autodrom
October 3 –Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay Street Circuit
October 10 –Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
October 24 – United States Grand Prix, Circuit of the Americas
October 31 – Mexico City Grand Prix, Autodrom Hermanos Rodriguez
November 7 – Brazilian Grand Prix, Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
November 21 – Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park
December 5 – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Jeddah Street Circuit
December 12 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina Circuit