F1: Turkish Grand Prix returns to 2021 calendar

F1 announces this Friday the return of the Turkish Grand Prix to the calendar for the current season. The race will take place on October 3.

A return to the F1 calendar. The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix, which was scheduled to take place on June 13 before being canceled due to the health situation, will finally take place on October 3. He replaces the Singapore GP.

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(More info to come)

March 28: Bahrain (Sakhir) – won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

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April 18: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Imola) – Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

May 2: Portugal (Portimao) – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

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May 9: Spain (Barcelona) – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

May 23: Monaco – Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

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June 6: Azerbaijan (Baku) – Sergio Perez (Red Bull)

June 20: France (Le Castellet) – Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

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June 27: Styria, Austria (Spielberg)

July 4: Austria (Spielberg)

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July 18: Great Britain (Silverstone)

August 1: Hungary (Budapest)

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August 29: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

September 5: Netherlands (Zandvoort)

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September 12: Italy (Monza)

September 26: Russia (Sochi)

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October 3: Turkey (Istanbul)

October 10: Japan (Suzuka)

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October 24: United States (Austin)

October 31: Mexico (Mexico City)

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November 7: Brazil (São Paulo)

November 21: Australia (Melbourne)

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December 5: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

December 12: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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