Nov 10 (Reuters) - Following is the 2021 calendar published
by Formula One on Tuesday that features a record 23 races,
including a round in Saudi Arabia for the first time.

March 21 Australia Melbourne
March 28 Bahrain Sakhir
April 11 China Shanghai
April 25 TBC TBC
May 9 Spain Barcelona*
May 23 Monaco Monaco
June 6 Azerbaijan Baku
June 13 Canada Montreal
June 27 France Le Castellet
July 4 Austria Spielberg
July 18 United Kingdom Silverstone
Aug. 1 Hungary Budapest
Aug. 29 Belgium Spa
Sept. 5 Netherlands Zandvoort
Sept. 12 Italy Monza
Sept. 26 Russia Sochi
Oct. 3 Singapore Singapore
Oct. 10 Japan Suzuka
Oct. 24 United States Austin
Oct. 31 Mexico Mexico City
Nov. 14 Brazil Sao Paulo*
Nov. 28 Saudi Arabia Jeddah
Dec. 5 Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi

* Subject to a new contract being agreed

(Compiled by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru)
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