The 2021 DTM season now constitutes eight rounds, one fewer than initially planned, with the championship starting in late June and ending just four months later in October.
The new Igora Drive venue was supposed to host the first round of the season on May 28-30, but has now been removed from the calendar without an explanation from the DTM.
This means the season will kick off in Monza on June 18-20, with the iconic Italian Grand Prix venue making its calendar debut.
Norisring will return to the DTM program this year after being dropped from 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, occupying its usual slot in early July.
The Lausitzring event on the circuit’s Grand Prix layout will follow the same month, with the Zolder and Nurburgring races taking place in August.
The Red Bull Ring races will take place from 3 to 5 September, two weeks before the DTM travels to Assen for its penultimate round.
The return of the Austrian headquarters to the calendar coincides with the entry of Red Bull into Alex …
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