As reported, among the circuits that are nominated to replace Vietman, Portimao (Portugal) and Istanbul Park (Turkey) were enlisted, which were already part of the 2020 season calendar that was rescheduled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Another circuit that is assured is that of Interlagos, which maintains the headquarters of the Brazilian GP and forces Rio de Janeiro to continue waiting after renewing with F1 for five years, with a change of name: Now it will be called the Sao Paulo GP.
Australia for its part announced that it wants to have spectators in the stands, while the Abu Dhabi circuit will close the season again.
The calendar released by the FIA is as follows:
March 21: Australia; March 28: Bharein; April 11: China; April 25: pending to confirm circuit; May 9: Spain, pending to sign contract; May 23: Monaco; June 6: Azerbaijan; June 13: Canada; June 27: France; July 4: Austria; July 18: Great Britain; August 1: Hungary and August 29: Belgium.
September 5: Netherlands; September 12: Italy; September 26: Russia; October 3: Singapore; October 10: Japan; October 24: United States; October 31: Mexico; November 14: Brazil; November 28: Saudi Arabia and December 5: Abu Dhabi.