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F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has indicated the Olympic Games will offer a big clue towards whether this year’s Japanese Grand Prix can go ahead.
Another change to this year’s Formula 1 race calendar has been confirmed with the Turkish Grand Prix officially postponed.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali wants to keep 23 races on this season’s calendar even if more have to be cancelled.
Formula 1 have denied any further changes to the 2021 calendar are planned following a report that the three street races in May and June were under threat.
Guenther Steiner has admitted he fears disruption to the 2021 Formula 1 calendar on a similar scale to last year – for the first half of the season at least.
Sebastian Vettel thinks the opening part of the 2021 F1 schedule could still be impacted by the global health pandemic.
Chase Carey has insisted there is no “magic number” maximum of races for a Formula 1 season – but that 23 represents a “full calendar”.
The Vietnamese GP has been dropped from Formula 1’s 2021 calendar while the Brazilian GP will stay at Interlagos for another year.