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F1 calendar 2021: Autumn practitioners in Australia and Japan at risk

There is a number that looks like a mirage for Formula 1: That 23 GPs. Will the circus really be able to compete with so many grands prix despite the many restrictions each country has put in place to combat the Covid pandemic? For now, the 2021 World Cup calendar is still in the balance, and it’s worrying that the Domenicali races are the additional European races scheduled for early October and November. Suzuka E Melbourne in Premise.

According to rumors from Germany and from an Auto Motor Und Sport journalist, Michael Schmidt, after delay GP for Canada and TurkeySingapore race canceled, could overtake Japan and Australia.

‘Plan B’ anti-virus variants

“Due to the very stringent policies launched by the Australian Government against Covid, ، The race scheduled for November in Albert Park is far from guaranteed – Read Schmidt’s in-depth analysis -. The same goes for Suzuka, given that The Japanese government is concerned about the changes, especially from Indian to Brazilian. There will be many alternatives on the table, including one The second race in the United States, In Indianapolis, a race on the outside circuit in Bahrain and a new entry like Lusail.”

‘Plan B’ is rich: there can be a comeback del GP in Malesia a Sepang or a new entry with GP in Qatar in Lusail or reorganized, just as the double win in Austria was reconfigured. Take a cue from the current season and the MotoGP calendar. It is clear that the Covid and health protocols allow this. Not to be just as wrong as it happened in 2020 Mugello and the Nürburgring, along with other European circuits, are watching, ready in case of potential replacements. The second part of the F1 2021 calendar has to be written in full, or rather rewritten.

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