Formula One organisers on Tuesday revealed a revised calendar for the 2021 season, in which a record 23 races have been retained, but the 2021 season will now start a week later with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28, with the Australian Grand Prix moving to later in the year.
Due to the ongoing travel restrictions in place, the 2021 Chinese Grand Prix will not take place on its planned date, with Imola returning to the F1 calendar in that slot.
After Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28, Imola will hold the next race on April 18 while the last race of the season will go ahead in Abu Dhabi on December 12.
Australia will hold the third last race of the 2021 season on November 21.
As stated previously, Formula 1 expects fans to return to the grandstands and the exclusive Paddock Club for the 2021 season.