What’s coming up in the world of racing in 2021?

If you’re a racing fan, and have been disappointed by the number of events that have had to be cancelled recently, then the good news is that there is a lot to look forward to in the 2021 racing calendar. You’re sure to be excited about all of the upcoming events that you will be able to watch, so we’ve put together some of the things that are coming up that you are sure to enjoy.

F1 World Championship

This is without a doubt one of the most anticipated events of the whole year, and fans from all over the world will be watching to see who will take the crown this year. The championship run from March 28th all the way through to December 12th, meaning that no matter how busy you might be, you can certainly enjoy a piece of the action for yourself. Lewis Hamilton is at the top of his game right now and is a firm favourite for this competition, but there’s no doubt that there are other talented drivers who could give him a run for his money along the way. You’ll be able to check these out on websites like OlyBet and get in on the action.

British GT Championship

This is a race that has been a firm favourite for a number of years now, ever since it was first brought to the racing scene back in 1993. The season this year will include 9 rounds, starting in April and ending on September 12th at Donnington Park. This can be a particularly exciting tournament to watch thanks to the fact that there are so many supercars being raced, including special racing versions of popular supercars such as the Bentley Continental GT and the Lamborghini Huracan.

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British Touring Car Championship

If you’re looking for something a little more accessible, with cars that you may see every day on the road, then this event is absolutely the one for you. This is an event that has been held every year since 1958, so there is no doubt that the successful format of the event is likely to be a big part of racing for many years to come. The tournament this year will be split across 30 rounds, using 9 different circuits. The final circuit to be used will be at Brands Hatch, and this race will take place on October 10th – definitely one to write in the diary.

1,000 Miglia

If you’re a classic cars lover than this is the race for you. The 1,000 mile race isn’t a race as such, rather a display of the kinds of cars that have been on the roads for over half a decade. This can be a really nice spectacle to watch, so if you’re interested, you may want to find a place along the Brescia to Rome route, giving you the chance to see the classic cars for yourself. This is one that classic car owners from all over the world like to get involved in, and although it might not be the fastest race, it’s almost certainly the most interesting and enjoyable to watch.