The F1 World Championship management has officially announced huge changes to the 2021 season calendar, including the cancellation of the Turkey Grand Prix completely and the establishment of two rounds at the Red Bull Ring.
As the whole world continues to be affected by the spread of the Coronavirus epidemic, which led to radical changes in the Formula 1 calendar last year, which were limited to 17 major awards.
Although Formula 1 has successfully held four rounds so far in 2021, problems began with the Canadian Grand Prix, which was canceled with the development of plans. To establish the Turkey Grand PrixAt the Istanbul Park Circuit, instead.
Only put Turkey on List of red countries in the United Kingdom It means that every person returning to the UK from Turkey has to undergo a quarantine, and thus this has led to many logistical complications.
As a result, the date scheduled for the Turkey Grand Prix, which was supposed to take place on June 13, has been canceled.
In addition, Formula 1 confirmed that the French Grand Prix will be held one week ahead of schedule, on June 20, and two races will follow at the Red Bull Ring.
As in 2020, the Red Bull Ring will host two rounds, the Austrian Grand Prix and the Styrian Grand Prix, on June 27 and next July 4.
This comes in light of the efforts of Formula 1 to establish 23 rounds in the 2021 season, and this season is the longest in the history of the championship.