The 2021 Formula One World Championship season is expected to get underway in March, with Melbourne hosting the opening Australian Grand Prix.

The Australian race has been the first race on the F1 calendar since moving to Melbourne in 1996 though there have been one or two exceptions over the years.

However, it looks like the 2021 Australian Grand Prix has the green light for March and the latest F1 odds are live ahead of the new season.

As per usual, Abu Dhabi will host the final Grand Prix of the year and that event is always one of the most eagerly anticipated races on the F1 calendar.

Without further ado, here is the updated Formula One schedule for the 2021 season. Make a note of these Grand Prix dates for your Formula 1 calendar at home!

F1 Calendar - F1 Schedule 2021:

Round Grand Prix Race Date
1 Australian Grand Prix 21st March
2 Bahrain Grand Prix 28th March
3 Chinese Grand Prix 11th April
4 TBC 25th April
5 Spanish Grand Prix 9th May
6 Monaco Grand Prix 23rd May
7 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 6th June
8 Canadian Grand Prix 13th June
9 French Grand Prix 27th June
10 Austrian Grand Prix 4th July
11 British Grand Prix 18th July
12 Hungarian Grand Prix 1st August
13 Belgian Grand Prix 29th August
14 Dutch Grand Prix 5th September
15 Italian Grand Prix 12th September
16 Russian Grand Prix 26th September
17 Singapore Grand Prix 3rd October
18 Japanese Grand Prix 10th October
19 United States Grand Prix 24th October
20 Mexican Grand Prix 31st October
21 Brazilian Grand Prix 14th November
22 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 28th November
23 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 5th December

While the 2021 Formula 1 calendar is slightly later than previous years, it will be fantastic to witness the full F1 schedule with no interruptions – all being well.

As is the case every year, there will be plenty of twists and turns throughout the F1 calendar and live betting odds are likely to chop and change based on early season results.

Lewis Hamilton heads into the 2021 season as the defending champion and F1 schedule followers will be trying to predict when the British star will win a record eighth world title.

Driving for one of the most successful F1 teams in recent years, Hamilton has dominated the Drivers’ Championship rankings and he should make a strong start to the F1 calendar.

The Formula One schedule won’t make or break a driver’s season but getting off to a fast start can be the difference between success and failure.

Motorsport teams will want to find out how durable their car is and how the F1 schedule may impact each team for the entire campaign.

It won’t be long before we hear ‘Lights out and away we go’ now – though F1 fans will have to make do with playing Formula 1 video games for the time being.

Keep an eye out for the latest F1 betting news, tips and previews here at 888sport ahead of the 2021 F1 calendar. Best of luck with your Formula One bets this season!

*Credit for the main photo belongs to Hassan Ammar / AP Photo*

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