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Bahrain

26-03-2021 - 28-03-2021

  • FP1:14:30
  • FP2:18:00
  • FP3:15:00
  • Q1:18:00
  • Q2:18:25
  • Q3:18:45
  • Race:18:00

Italy

16-04-2021 - 18-04-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:14:30
  • FP3:11:00
  • Q1:14:00
  • Q2:14:25
  • Q3:14:45
  • Race:15:00

Portugal

30-04-2021 - 02-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Spain

07-05-2021 - 09-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Monaco

20-05-2021 - 23-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Azerbaijan

04-06-2021 - 06-06-2021

  • FP1:13:00
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:14:00
  • Q1:17:00
  • Q2:17:25
  • Q3:17:45
  • Race:17:10

France

25-06-2021 - 27-06-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Austria

02-07-2021 - 04-07-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Great Britain

16-07-2021 - 18-07-2021

  • FP1:10:00
  • FP2:12:00
  • FP3:11:00
  • Q1:14:00
  • Q2:14:25
  • Q3:14:45
  • Race:14:10

Hungary

30-07-2021 - 01-08-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Belgium

27-08-2021 - 29-08-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Netherlands

03-09-2021 - 05-09-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Italy

10-09-2021 - 12-09-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Russia

24-09-2021 - 26-09-2021

  • FP1:12:00
  • FP2:14:00
  • FP3:13:00
  • Q1:16:00
  • Q2:16:25
  • Q3:16:45
  • Race:16:10

Singapore

01-10-2021 - 03-10-2021

  • FP1:17:00
  • FP2:19:00
  • FP3:18:00
  • Q1:21:00
  • Q2:21:25
  • Q3:21:45
  • Race:21:10

Japan

08-10-2021 - 10-10-2021

  • FP1:18:00
  • FP2:20:00
  • FP3:19:00
  • Q1:22:00
  • Q2:22:25
  • Q3:22:45
  • Race:22:10

USA

22-10-2021 - 24-10-2021

  • FP1:04:00
  • FP2:06:00
  • FP3:05:00
  • Q1:08:00
  • Q2:08:25
  • Q3:08:45
  • Race:08:10

Mexico

29-10-2021 - 31-10-2021

  • FP1:04:00
  • FP2:06:00
  • FP3:05:00
  • Q1:08:00
  • Q2:08:25
  • Q3:08:45
  • Race:07:10

Brazil

05-11-2021 - 07-11-2021

  • FP1:06:00
  • FP2:08:00
  • FP3:07:00
  • Q1:10:00
  • Q2:10:25
  • Q3:10:45
  • Race:10:10

Australia

18-11-2021 - 20-11-2021

  • FP1:20:00
  • FP2:22:00
  • FP3:21:00
  • Q1:00:00
  • Q2:00:25
  • Q3:00:45
  • Race:00:10

Saudi Arabia

03-12-2021 - 05-12-2021

  • FP1:12:00
  • FP2:14:00
  • FP3:13:00
  • Q1:16:00
  • Q2:16:25
  • Q3:16:45
  • Race:16:10

Abu Dhabi

10-12-2021 - 12-12-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2021

19-21 November

FP1: 2:10pm
FP2: 6:10pm
FP3: 11am
Qual: 2pm
Race: 2pm

The deal to host Formula 1 in Melbourne was done in 1993, with the decision taken to create a circuit using a mixture of the existing roads around the city’s Albert Park – mainly Aughtie Drive and Lakeside Drive if you fancy driving it yourself – with a little detour through the Lakeside Stadium’s car park.

Just four months after Adelaide held its last Australian Grand Prix at the end of 1995, the Formula 1 teams were back in Australia for Melbourne’s first Grand Prix at the start of 1996. That race is most often remembered for Martin Brundle’s infamous Jordan crash at Turn 3 after he launched himself off the back of Johnny Herbert’s Sauber.

As a temporary facility, Albert Park can be quite bumpy, while the circuit at the start of the weekend is often slippery, rubbering in as the sessions progress. It’s also a circuit that requires a well-sorted chassis, with several spots on the track where the drivers require a reactive front end to allow them to chuck it into a corner – the main one being the rapid Turn 11-12 chicane. Melbourne is also one of the faster tracks on the calendar, with Lewis Hamilton’s 2019 pole lap set at an average of over 235km/h.

Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit

First Grand Prix: 1996
Number of Laps: 58
Circuit Length: 5.303km
Race Distance: 307.574 km
Lap Record: 1:24.125 Michael Schumacher (2004)