F1 2021 Game Tracks List

F1 2021 Game Tracks List
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
April 6, 2022

Looking for the most up-to-date list of the F1 2021 game tracks? We’ve got you covered!

As 2021 was marked by the appearance of new tracks due to the pandemic, several of which were provisional, there have been quite a few changes to the Formula 1 game calendar.

F1 2021 Game Tracks List

In fact all those tracks that have appeared later in time have now been added to the game thanks to post-launch DLC containing tracks like Imola, Portimao and Jeddah.

The DLC pack even included some valuable game updates as well as the iconic Redbull F1 white car livery.

Ho many tracks are in the F1 2021 game?

24 tracks including 3 tracks in the late 2021 post-release DLC update.

Ho many tracks are in the F1 2021 game?

They range from historical F1 tracks like Monza and Spa Francorchamps to the newly added Imola, Portimao and Jeddah.

F1 2021 game tracks list

Here is an updated list of all the tracks that have been added to the F1 2021 game:

Melbourne Launch
Bahrain Launch
Imola DLC Pack
Portimao DLC Pack
China Launch (Career Season 2)
Barcelona Launch
Monaco Launch
Baku Launch
Canada Launch
Paul Ricard Launch
Austria Launch
Silverstone Launch
Budapest Launch
Spa Francorchamps Launch
Zandvoort Launch
Monza Launch
Sochi Launch
Singapore Launch
Suzuka Launch
USA Launch
Mexico Launch
Brazil Launch
Jeddah DLC Pack
Abu Dhabi Launch

Are there short tracks in F1 2021?

Unfortunately not since the development process would have probably taken too much time and resources.

That means that the short F1 tracks we’ve seen appearing in 2021 will not be present in the game.

Are there short tracks in F1 2021?

Those tracks included the Bahrain, Silverstone, Japan and USA short tracks.

No Qatar or Turkey

Two other circuits that are missing in the F1 2021 game are Turkey and Qatar.

Again, these two circuits were added quite a bit later than the initial F1 2021 calendar announcement and so the developers did not have the time to work on those either.

Creating a simulated track reproduction takes a lot of time and hard work since the track needs to get thoroughly laser scanned and every minor detail has to get reproduced.

No Qatar or Turkey

From the kerbs shapes to the track elevations, everything needs to be scientifically reproduced to the millimeter, so that explains why the developers probably weren’t able to add those two tracks to the game as well as the short tracks.

Post Launch DLC Pack

Besides, with the DLC pack adding 3 new circuits that have never been seen in an F1 game before, we think that Codemasters did a brilliant job in adding that value to the game.

The new tracks that are currently available in the F1 2021 game are:

  • Imola (Italy)
  • Portimao (Portugal)
  • Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)

Post Launch DLC Pack

As you can see, there are some really iconic and historic tracks that have been added to the game, as well as some new and challenging ones like Portimao and Jeddah.

What’s the best track in F1 2021?

The best tracks in F1 2021 are probably Portimao, Imola and Jeddah since they’ve been completely new to the game and offer a really different challenge to every player.

What's the best track in F1 2021?

However, all the tracks in F1 2021 have been laser scanned and reproduced with such high quality that it’s really hard to choose just one as the best.


So here was the complete list of tracks as well as some information on the post-launch DLC pack for the F1 2021 game.

We think that Codemasters did a great job in adding lots of value to the game with the new tracks and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for the future of the F1 games.

Hope the guide was useful and feel free to share it with your friends!

Good luck and see you on track! 🙂

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Alessio Lorandi

Alessio has been involved at the highest levels in racing since the age of 5 (2003). He won a CIK-FIA World Championship in 2013 and then raced in F3, F2, and finally GT3s before now dedicating himself to SOLOX. He’s now on a mission to help thousands of sim racers around the world achieve their fullest potential through his ACC setups.






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