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The 2021 Formula 1 season will feature 23 races , the World Motor Sport Council confirmed this Thursday, and will thus be the longest in the history of the World Championship .

After the 2020 season was conditioned to develop 17 races due to the health emergency declared by the coronavirus pandemic, the authorities confirmed that the next World Cup will have six more dates, the ANSA agency reported.

The debut will be on March 21 in Melbourne with the Australian Grand Prix, while the last race of the year will be on December 5 in Abu Dhabi.

Italy will host its date on September 12 at Monza, a week after the premiere of the Dutch GP in Zandvoort, while the debut of the race in Saudi Arabia, the penultimate event of the year, will be on November 28.

The 2021 season of Formula 1 will feature 23 races, the World Motor Sport Council confirmed this Thursday, and thus will be the longest in the history of the category.

After the 2020 season was conditioned to develop 17 races due to the health emergency declared by the coronavirus pandemic, the authorities confirmed that the next World Cup will have six more dates, the ANSA agency reported.

The debut will be on March 21 in Melbourne with the Australian Grand Prix, while the last race of the year will be on December 5 in Abu Dhabi.

Italy will host its date on September 12 at Monza, a week after the premiere of the Dutch GP in Zandvoort, while the debut of the race in Saudi Arabia, the penultimate event of the year, will be on November 28.

The racing program for the 2021 F1 World Cup will be:

—March 21, Australia, in Melbourne.

—March 28, Bahrain, in Shakhir.

—April 11, China, in Shanghai.

—April 25, Vietnam (to be confirmed).

—May 9, Spain, in Barcelona.

—June 6, Azerbaijan, in Baku.

—June 13, Canada, in Montreal.

—June 27, France, at Le Castellet.

—July 4, Austria, in Spielberg.

—July 18, Great Britain, at Silverstone.

—August 1, Hungary, in Budapest.

—August 29, Belgium, at Spa-Francorchamps.

—September 5, the Netherlands, in Zandvoort.

—September 12, Italy, in Monza.

—September 26, Russia, in Sochi.

—October 3, Singapore, in Singapore.

—October 10, Japan, in Suzuka.

—October 24, United States, in Austin.

—October 31, Mexico, in Mexico City.

—November 14, Brazil, in Sao Paulo.

—November 28, Saudi Arabia, Jeddah.

—December 5, Abu Dhabi, at Yas Marina.

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