"Following a meeting of the FIA's World Motor Sport Council on Friday, a draft schedule for next season was released.

The calendar, which stretches from the season opener in Bahrain on March 20 and finishes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 20, has been put together as the sport hopes for a more normal season.

With the last two campaigns having been badly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, F1 intends for events that have not happened for the past two years including the Australian, Canadian, Japanese and Singapore Grands Prix to return.
However, amid ongoing uncertainty about travel restrictions in China, F1 has no plans to return to Shanghai for now.
A statement from F1 said it hoped the Chinese GP could be reinstated "as soon as conditions allow".
In place of China, Imola will be back on the schedule with the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix set for April 24.

F1's first grand prix in Miami has been scheduled for May 8, and will take place between Imola and the Spanish Grand Prix on May 22.

The intensity of the schedule, and the need to get it finished in November prior to the football World Cup in November, means that there will be two triple-header runs.
Although teams have been reluctant for three races on the bounce to become a norm, they have accepted that they are a necessary evil if F1 is to deliver as normal a calendar as possible."

And another one bites the dust!