Formula 1 2021 Race Schedule Finalized: 8-9-10 October in Istanbul

formula race schedule finalized in istanbul in october
formula race schedule finalized in istanbul in october
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Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix 2021 has been updated and finalized due to the cancellation of the Japanese race on the calendar. It will take place on 8-9-10 October.

The date of Formula 1TM Turkish Grand Prix 2, which is planned to be held at Intercity Istanbul Park on October 3 – 1 – 2021 under the auspices of the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey, has been updated and finalized due to the cancellation of the Japanese race on the calendar. According to the new calendar that has been finalized, Formula 1 TM event, the most important motor sports organization of the world, will be held at Intercity Istanbul Park on 8-9-10 October.

Formula 1TM management has updated the 2021 race calendar and announced the final version. Formula 1TM Turkish Grand Prix 2021, which will be held at Intercity Istanbul Park according to the finalized calendar, will be held on October 8-9-10, taking one week forward.

“Formula 1TM Turkish Grand Prix 2021 Excitement Continues”

Sadi Hezber, General Manager of Intercity Istanbul Park, made the following evaluations on the subject; “Due to the complexity caused by the pandemic around the world, there have been many changes to the race calendar this season. As Intercity Istanbul Park, we kept in close contact with the Formula 1TM management in this process, offered our solution suggestions at the point of uncertainties, and maintained our place in the updated calendar by demonstrating our adaptability. According to the finalized calendar, the eyes of the world will be on Istanbul and Intercity Istanbul Park on October 8-9-10. In this context, our ticket sales continue at full speed. Our spectators who have already bought their tickets do not need to take any action. This year, we will repeat the pride we made Turkey experience by holding the best race of last year. We recommend those who do not want to miss the opportunity to be a part of this excitement, to buy their tickets without wasting time.”

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