Formula 1 Live Stream 2021 Calendar, Complete Schedule & Live Telecast

Formula 1 Live Stream 2021 Calendar, Complete Schedule & Live Telecast. Races and their places with the prospective dates of racing.

What a sensational season we had in the year 2020. Fighting the Covid pandemic and working on a short 17 race challenging calendar was something to remember.  Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll & Champion Lewis Hamilton all got infected with the Covid virus during the season. The FIA was able to successfully counter the challenge posed by Covid-19 and safely completed a successful season. The 2020 season was special for Lewis Hamilton as he equalled Michael Schumacher’s record of 7 world championships.

Lewis went on to achieve this specials feat at Istanbul Park in Turkish GP. Hamilton also holds the records of winning the most number of races and most numbers of poles. Mercedes also went on to win yet another constructor’s championship. This was their 7th consecutive win in the constructor’s championship since the year 2014. They completely dominated the season and won the championship with a huge margin of 254 points. The year proved to be a dismal year for Ferrari as they finished 6th in constructors’ standings. Their car development went completely wrong and they failed to pose any challenge

The season 2020 will also be remembered for two surprise winners. Pierre Gasly & Sergio Perez scored their maiden F1 win in season 2020. And who can forget a heart-stopping moment when Romain Grosjean survived a dangerous accident. Grosjean jumping out of the fire was a heart-stopping moment of 2020.

F1 2021 Race Calendar

Formula 1 in their provisional calendar for season 2021 has announced 23 races.  They have confirmed 22 races along with their locations. Now they’ve updated their calendar as per Formula.1 com Bahrain going to host the season opener not Australian. Also, the Chinese Grand Prix is not confirmed, Imola is making its return to F1 2021 calendar. The vacant unannounced slot has been pushed to May. Earlier the spot was kept open for the 25th April Grand Prix. The announcement will be made in the due course of time. The Australian Grand Prix has been moved to 21st November. The season will finish early in December with the finale which was earlier scheduled at 5th December now will take place on 12th December at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

Some key points of the 2021 calendar are

  • Australia will not host the season opener this year as Australian GP has been shifted to 21st November.
  • Bahrain GP will now be the season opener as the season will start from March 28th 2021.
  • There has been no change when it comes to the season finale location it will still be Yas Marina Circuit.
  • Turkish GP which supposed to replace the Canadian GP now got cancelled
  • Austria will host to back to back races, this will form the first tipple header From Jun 20 to July 4th
  • Dutch GP which originally suppose to return in 2020, now finds a place in the 2021 calendar
  • There is still no confirmation of the Vietnamese Grand Prix which got cancelled last year due to Covid Pandemic
  • Saudi Arabia will make its debut in F1 Racing
  • The first F1 race of Saudi Arabia will take place on 28th November in Jeddah
  • There will be a change in the two triple headers of the 2021 calendar as now both the triple-headers will take place between September to October & October to November
  • The first triple-header will take place between 26th September to 10th October (Russian, Singapore & Japanese Grand Prix)
  • The second triple-header will take place between 24th October to 7th November (US, Mexican & Brazilian Grand Prix)
SN GP Circuit Date
1 Bahrain GP Sakhir Circuit 28th March
2 Imola GP Imola 18th April
3 Portuguese GP Algarve 2nd May
4 Spanish GP Circuit de Catalunya 9th May
5 Monaco GP Monaco Street Circuit 23rd May
6 Azerbaijan  Baku Street Circuit 06th June
7 French GP Paul Ricard 20th June
8 Styrian GP Red Bull Ring 27th June
9 Austrian GP Red Bull Ring 4th July
10 British GP Silverstone 18th July
11  Hungarian GP  Hungaroring 1st August
12 Belgian GP Spa-Francorchamps 29th August
13 Dutch GP Zandvoort 5th September
14 Italian GP  Monza 12th September
15  Russian GP  Sochi Circuit 26th September
16 Singapore GP Cancelled 03rd October
17 Japanese GP  Suzuka 10th October
18 United States GP COTA 24th October
19 Mexican GP Hermanos Rodriguez 31st October
20  Brazilian GP Interlagos  7th November
21 Australian GP   Albert Park 21st November
22 Saudi Arabian GP Jeddah  5th December
23  Abu Dhabi GP   Yas Marina 12th December
  • F1 announcement is awaited for the replacement of Singapore GP

Formula 1 live streaming

F1 Season 2021 Teams and Their Drivers

The drivers market remained hot throughout the season of 2020. There were lots of interesting moves were made by drivers and their teams. Sebastian Vettel & Ferrari parting away was one of the biggest moves which caused lots of stir in the drivers market. Fernando Alonso returning to F1, Sergio Perez first losing his F1 seat and then landing in Red Bull Racing are the major changes.

Here are the Major Highlights of Drivers Changes for F1 Season 2021

  • Sebastian Vettel will driver for Aston Martin (Racing Point)
  • Sergio Perez will partner Max Verstappen in Red Bull Racing
  • Carlos Sainz will replace Sebastian Vettel in Ferrari
  • Daniel Riccardo will race for McLaren
  • Fernando Alonso will make his comeback to F1 and join Alpine (Renault)
  • Yuki Tsunoda will join Pierre Gasly in AplhaTauri
  • Haas will feature two new drivers Nikita Mazepin & Mick Schumacher
  • Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean could not find any seat for 2021
  • Alex Albon who partnered with Max Verstappen now will play the role of reserve driver
SN GP Driver 1 Driver 2
1 Mercedes Valtteri Bottas Lewis Hamilton
2 Ferrari Charles Leclerc Carlos Sainz
3 Red Bull Racing Max Verstappen  Sergio Perez
4 Aston Martin Sebastian Vettel Lance Stroll
5 Renault Fernando Alonso Estaben Ocon
6 McLaren Daniel Ricciardo  Lando Norris
7 AlphaTauri Pierre Gasly Yuki Tsunoda
8  Alfa Romeo Kimi Raikkonen Antonio Giovinazzi
9 Haas Ferrari Nikita Mazepin Mick Schumacher
10 Williams George Russell Nicholas Latifi

Formula 1 Point System

F1 awards point to the first 10 drivers’ only. They give 1 additional point for scoring the fastest lap.

Points for Podium Finishers Position 1 to 3

Pos.       1           2        3

Pts      25         18       15

Points for Position 4 to 10

Pos       4           5        6        7        8        9       10

Pts       12         10      8        6        4         7        1

Formula 1 2020 Results

Drivers’ Championship

  1. Lewis Hamilton  347 pts
  2. ValtteriBottas     223 pts
  3. MaxVerstappen  214 pts

Constructor Championship

  1. Mercedes                       573 pts                                        
  2. Reb Bull Racing          319 pts        
  3. McLaren                        202 pts

Formula 1 2021 Live Stream Information:

The 2021 season will live stream at F1 TV worldwide, Hotstar in India, In Asia it will be Fox+. In the UK the live streaming will be available at All 4 & Sky Sports. In United Stated the live streaming will be available at Watch ESPN & Univision Now. For fans in the Middle East, the live stream will be on beIN Sports Connect. Australian fans will watch the live stream on Fox Sports Australia and Tenplay. Germany TV Now, China Tencent Sports, Canada TSN App, RDS App, Japan & DAZN.

Formula 1 2021 Live Telecast Information:

Formula 1 2021 Live telecast information is here. F1 fans in India will get see thrilling action live at Star Sports Network, in Asia, it will be at Fox Sports Asia, Australian fans will get to see the race live at Fox Sports Australia and Network Ten. For Canadian fans F1 action will be brought live by RDS & TSN, US fans will get to see it on ABC, ESPN & Univision. For the fans in the UKSky Sports, Channel 4 and will bring the live coverage. In the Middle East & North Africa, the telecast will be on beIN sports. Live telecast will be available on Fuji TV & DAZN, in Russia Match TV & Match Arena, Sky Sports in New Zealand, Netherlands Ziggo Sport Totaal, Ziggo Sport Go, Ziggo Sport, in Poland Eleven Sports. In Italy Sky Sports F1, TV 18 & RAI, Spain Movistar F1, In France Canal+, Canal+ Sport, TF1, TMC, fans in Germany will enjoy the live telecast of F1 on n-tv& RTL

SN Country Broadcaster Broadcaster
1  India Star Sports  
2 Australia Fox Sports Channel One
3 UK  Sky Sports  
5 Malaysia Fox Sports  
6 Indonesia Fox Sports  
7 Singapore Fox Sports  
8 Philippines Fox Sports  
9 Netherlands Ziggo  
10 Belgium RTBF  
11 Austria ORF  
12 Italy Sky Italia TV 8
13 Spain DAZN  
14 Germany Sky Deutschland RTL Germany
15 Turkey S Sport  
16 France Canal+ TF1
17 Brazil TV Globo SporTV
18 Russia Match Tv  
19 Canada RDS TSN
20 New Zealand Spark TV  
21 Finland MTV