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*The Vietnam Grand Prix has not been officially listed on the provisional 2021 Formula 1 calendar. It’s date (April 25)  is expected to be taken by another race, currently not confirmed. 

**We have not yet produced a Formula 1 travel guide for the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on November 26-28.

Archived Formula 1 Travel Guides

Travel guides for races that are no longer part of the Formula 1 calendar:

Contents of our Formula 1 Travel Guides

  • Race Facts: Background on the event, details of the track and attendances
  • Travel Basics: Visa requirements, destination overview, safety, money, language, health and climate
  • Getting There & Around: International and domestic flights, train and bus information, how to get to the track, plus details on taxis and public transport
  • Accommodation: Best rated accommodation for all budgets with good access to the circuit
  • Tickets: Where to sit and watch the action including advice on general admission, grandstand and corporate tickets
  • Trackside: Access and orientation, amenities, F1 and other on-track action plus trackside attractions.
  • Off-Track Activities: Ideas on what to do away from the circuit, plus holiday ideas
  • Budget Planner: Plan the cost of your F1 weekend, whatever your budget

2020 Formula 1 calendar update

In 2020, our detailed Grand Prix travel guides were set to cover all 22 races on the planned Formula 1 calendar, including the debut of the Vietnam Grand Prix and the return of the Dutch Grand Prix. Unfortunately, the rapid onset of the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a very different calendar. The start of the season was delayed by over three months and many races have been held without spectators.

The following races were cancelled and did not take place in 2020: Australian Grand Prix, Vietnam Grand Prix, Chinese Grand Prix, Dutch Grand Prix, Monaco Grand Prix, Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Canadian Grand Prix, French Grand Prix, Singapore Grand Prix, Japanese Grand Prix, United States Grand Prix, Mexico City Grand Prix and Brazilian Grand Prix.

New races have been staged at Mugello (Italy) and Portimao (Portugal), while Imola (Italy), Nurburgring (Germany) and Istanbul Park (Turkey) return to the F1 calendar after after a multi-year absence. The final 2020 Formula 1 calendar comprises 17 races, finishing with back-to-back events at Bahrain International Circuit and the season-ending race at Yas Marina. As the five new/returning races are only expected to be held this year (and with only a limited number of spectators), we have not produced Formula 1 Travel Guides for these events – but you can learn more about visiting these circuits on GPDestinations.com.