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Formula 1 and the FIA have announced a 23-race provisional calendar for 2021, starting in Australia on March 21 and ending in Abu Dhabi on December 5.
A new-look calendar for Formula 2 and Formula 3 in 2021 has been confirmed with split schedules for the junior series.
The Vietnamese GP has been dropped from Formula 1’s 2021 calendar while the Brazilian GP will stay at Interlagos for another year.
Formula 1 chief Casey Carey believes Honda’s decision to withdraw from Formula 1 is down to financial pressure.
The global pandemic has had a huge impact on Formula 1’s finances with the sport recording a $104m loss in the third quarter of 2020.
Formula 1 will be heading to Saudi Arabia as part of the 2021 calendar, the country’s Ministry of Sport has confirmed.
A ‘leaked’ provisional Formula 1 calendar for 2021 has the season starting in Bahrain and comprising a record 22 races, including a new grand prix in Saudi Arabia.
Chase Carey is hoping for a “normal” 2021 Formula 1 calendar but concedes the pandemic could yet upset his plans.
Formula 1 has announced that Movistar+ will continue to broadcast the sport in Spain and Andorra until the end of 2023.
Ex-Renault boss, Bob Bell, is encouraged by Formula 1’s direction and thinks it is heading towards “being the best it has ever been”.
Formula 1 has made clear their intentions to move the Brazilian Grand Prix to Rio from 2021, but there is expected to be strong opposition from environmentalists.
The provisional 2021 Formula 1 calendar is to be released this month according to the CEO of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation.
Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO Andrew Westacott has eased concerns that the 2021 season opener will not be held at Albert Park in Melbourne.
Ex-Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, has emerged as the man to take over from Chase Carey as Formula 1’s CEO in 2021.
According to reports, Saudi Arabia is looking “increasingly likely” to debut on the Formula 1 calendar in 2021.
There is currently no contract in place for the Circuit de Catalunya to host a Grand Prix in 2021, and that won’t change any time soon.
Pat Symonds is eager not to see a repeat of Pirelli’s bursting tyres and doesn’t want them to be a factor in making the sport entertaining.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that the new regulation which will ensure any new Formula 1 team has to pay $200m to the other 10 is “very important” to the sport.
All 10 Formula 1 teams may have signed up to race for the next five years but Chase Carey says he won’t “force” them to stay if they don’t want to.
Ross Brawn says there is a “certain amount of sense” when one looks into the controversial algorithm-based fastest driver ranking put out by AWS.
All 10 Formula 1 teams have committed to the sport for at least five more years after all signing the new Concorde Agreement.
What a difference a week makes as Max Verstappen went from the hunter to the “frustrated” at the Spanish GP, says Ross Brawn.
Formula 1 has delayed the first deadline for teams to sign up for the 2021 season, moving it from August 12 to August 18.
Formula 1 is closing in on a 2021 calendar, although Chase Carey concedes the on-going pandemic could force the sport to make changes.
Formula 1 has produced its 2020 Q2 financial figures – and unsurprisingly, due to the global health pandemic, revenues plummeted and a big loss was incurred.
Formula 1 could head to Malaysia or Vietnam later this year as the sport’s powers-that-be look to add a third continent to the schedule.
It’s official! The Formula 1 season has been expanded to 13 races with the Nurburgring, Portimao and Imola all confirmed to be joining the schedule.
Ross Brawn has warned against complacency towards F1’s Covid-19 protocols, saying there “will” be a positive test at some stage.
FIA president, Jean Todt, has said to expect “significantly more” than eight races to form the F1 2020 calendar.
Chase Carey is hoping to confirm a further seven to ten grands prix in the “next few weeks” to for at least a 15-race 2020 championship.