My Ferrari Challenge racing adventure last year left me with a love of motorsport and, in a way, led to an ongoing interest in the series. From here I have been following current events and looking ahead to the Ferrari Challenge 2021 race calendar with hopes of better times.
A recent post about the new calendar appeared on https://www.ferrari.com/. So the new dates push the end of the season to Abu Dhabi in the first week of January.
The 488 Challenge Evo cars will make their first appearance from 20 to 22 August in Yeongam, South Korea, before moving to Sepang, Malaysia from 17 to 19 September. A round in Singapore on 3 October, which will feature the Prancing Horse motor racing series alongside Formula One, will precede the Finali Mondiali weekend at Mugello from 4 to 7 November. The final two races will take place in the Middle East, in Bahrain (tbc), from 9 to 11 December, and Abu Dhabi, from 6 to 8 January.
The cancellation of the Ferrari Racing Days originally planned for China and Japan, also meant that the XX Clienti F1 Programmes and calendar had to be changed. The two Asian events will be replaced by one, to be held on 25 and 26 May in Brno, in the southern Moravian region of the Czech Republic.
As you can see, it is not only in other motorsports that the calendar is highly unusual, but that only makes the current year exciting!