Last update: 27 May 2021
On this page you will find the latest information about the Formula 1 program. Below this text, you will find an extensive overview of all grand prixs. Under each grand prix, the start times of the F1 sessions are stated in the Dutch time zone (CET). This way, you do not have to miss a Formula 1 session at home in front of the TV! We also offer you the opportunity to receive the Race Experience Formula 1 calendar free of charge.
Do you want to know the start times in the time zone of the circuit or in your own local time? Then surf to the Formula 1 website and scroll down. Here you have the option to convert the start times to the time zone of the respective grand prix or alternatively to your local time zone. it might come in handy if you are on location and would like to know what time that one session starts! Of course you will also receive an exclusive program when you book your tickets or package trip with us.
Race Experience develops an unique Formula 1 calendar every year with dates and start times of all grand prixs. We are happy to offer you the Formula 1 calendar as part of our premium service and you can receive it for free by following this link. This way, you can view, download and print our F1 calendar for 2021. It seems likely that we will be able to attend races this year. Capacity, shape and form will differ from race to race depending on the local health & safety situation.
In 2021, no fewer than 23 races are planned for the Formula 1 season. Newcomer Hanoi (in 2020) has disappeared without having organised a single race. The vacant slot of the Vietnam GP, April 30 – May 02 2021, has been taken by the Portuguese Grand Prix. On Thursday 29th April 2021 the FIA announced that round 7 (previously allocated to Canada, Montreal) will be held at Turkey, Istanbul. The racetrack near Istanbul is a driver’s favourite and contains a lot of old-school characteristics. A couple of weeks later and Turkey was canceled again and replaced by the Styrian Grand Prix. The Styrian GP (Styrian) will be held at the Red Bull Ring – home of Max Verstappen’s Formula 1 team! The Austrian GP will also be held at the Red Bull Ring a week later.
Zandvoort, which will make its comeback after
35 36 years, is on the 2021 calendar in contrast to the Grand Prix of Vietnam. Zandvoort is also playing it safe and chooses to organise the race later in the year. The race is now scheduled for the weekend of September 3 – 5, 2021. It means that Max Verstappen now has two home races in as many weekends – as the Belgian GP is scheduled a week earlier in the weekend of 27 – 29 August 2021. Fortunately, the Dutch GP still puts a big smile on the faces of all Dutch Formula 1 fans .
The product range for 2021 has now been fully developed. Our range includes the following products: general admission and grandstand tickets, (VIP) travel services and exclusive VIP ticket packages. Of course, Race Experience travel professionals are perfectly capable of assisting you with tailor-made trips and advising on bespoke wishes. In the latter case, you can easily contact us via this link.
Check our website, newsletter (bottom of each page) and social media regularly for the latest news on F1 tickets and trips for 2021.