2021 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – Updates to the Calendar


Some necessary changes and improvements to the 2021 calendar of the Formula Regional by Alpine have been made, while the organization of the new Championship is proceeding fast in the final steps towards what is definitely going to be an extraordinary season, thanks to the joint efforts of ACI Sport and Alpine.

After the confirmation of the F1 test days at Imola from April 16th to April 18th, the 2 days of collective tests for the teams and drivers of the Formula Regional by Alpine series planned for the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola have been rescheduled from the 7th-8th of April to the 17th-18th of March.

These test days are now the first official appointment of the year for the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine certified by FIA.

In addition, the pre-event collective tests to be held in Mugello on the 6th of October, before the racing weekend on the Tuscan circuit, will instead be on 13th and 14th of April. Overall, four collective tests of two days each have been scheduled before the first race of the year, giving all teams and drivers a great opportunity to be completely ready for the start of the season.

Racing will officially start on the weekend of 25th of April at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium and will continue with the two F1 associated sessions in Barcelona (7th-8th May) and Monaco (20th-23rd May). The fourth appointment will be at Paul Ricard from 28th to 30th of May, followed by Zandvoort (17th-20th June), Imola (23rd-25th July), Nuerburgring (5th-8th August), Red Bull Ring (9th-12th September), and Mugello (8th-10th October).

The season will end on the F1 track of Monza, on the weekend of the 31st of October.

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