Your Top 5 Favourite Tracks in F1 2021

Your Top 5 Favourite Tracks in F1 2021

F1 2021

With a wide array of tracks available to race on in F1 2021, it can be hard to pick a favourite. We took it upon ourselves to ask the community what the five best circuits in F1 2021 are.

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Not too long ago we asked you to let us know what your favourite tracks in F1 2021 were. From these results, we’ve created a top five list of the community’s favourite circuits to go racing at in some of the fastest cars in the world. There were a couple of surprises in there, as well as a blend of classic tracks alongside circuits which were added to the F1 calendar more recently. Also, we took this poll before Portimão was added to the game, so it hasn’t made our list despite its popularity among fans of F1 2021.

A Few Surprises

We won’t tell you all five of the tracks here – you’ll have to watch our video to find that out, but we can reveal that one of the most surprising entries onto our list came in at number five. This circuit is the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, home to the Mexican Grand Prix.

The track provides a significant challenge to new players and veterans alike, due to the presence of both the enormous main straight and the high-downforce corners that make up sector two. These two factors combined mean that any setup you run at the track will have to be a compromise. When you add in the fact that it is exceedingly easy to pick up track limits warnings in Mexico, it is actually one of the hardest tracks in the game. That didn’t stop you guys from showing your love for it though!

Aside from Mexico, the four other tracks on our list are well established driver-favourites in the real world as well. Some of them have legendary corners or series’ of corners, one of them is newer than the others – though it used to host races way back in the seventies in a different form. Of the circuits often considered to be the jewels on the F1 calendar, a couple of them didn’t even make your top five! To find out which tracks did and did not make the cut, take a look at our latest YouTube video now.

Which is your favourite track in F1 2021? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!

My name is Jacob and I have been writing for OverTake since November of 2020. I come from the UK, but I'm now living in Berlin. I love to watch, write about and sometimes shout about all forms of racing.