The 2021 United States Grand Prix will be the seventh F1 race to be held on 24th October. It’s the day on which Honda recorded their first win, James Hunt won the 1976 World Championship and Mario Andretti set an unusual record…
5th September is the day on which the closest ever F1 finish was recorded in 1971 and the day Stirling Moss led a World Championship race for the first time in 1954. The 2021 Dutch Grand Prix will be the third F1 race held on 5th September.
The 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix will be the seventh F1 race held on 1st August. It’s the day on which McLaren started from pole for the 100th time, the day Clark claimed his second title and the day on which Lauda suffered a near-fatal crash.
4th July is the day on which Mercedes secured their first Formula 1 win, the day Prost finished on the podium for the 100th time and the day on which Schumacher won the French Grand Prix for a seventh time. The 2021 Austrian Grand Prix will be the sixth F1 race held on 4th July.
23rd May is the day on which F1 celebrated its 200th World Championship race in 1971, the day that only five cars reached the chequered flag at the 1982 Monaco Grand Prix and the day on which Jarno Trulli took his only F1 win.
The 2021 Portuguese Grand Prix will be the third F1 race held on 2nd May. It’s the day on which Hunt was disqualified after winning the Spanish Grand Prix before being reinstated as the race winner and the day that Badoer set a new unwanted record in 1999.
The 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will be the third Formula 1 race held on 18th April. It’s the day on which Red Bull recorded their first pole position, the day that a Russian driver scored for the first time and the day that F1’s only posthumous champion was born.
The 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix will be the fourth Formula 1 race to take place on 28th March. It’s the day on which Ayrton Senna recorded his final home win, and the day Jenson Button won with McLaren for the first time.