Lake Wyangan will once again host a round of the Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, after the competition was forced to take a year off as a result of COVID-19.
Organisers say the season will begin later in the year than usual, in an effort to avoid possible holiday season outbreaks and the sudden changes to interstate travel which may follow.
Griffith is switching from it's traditional Autumn time slot, and will instead host Round 5 on 11 September.
Superboats spokesman Justin Roylance said he was excited to move on from 2020 and look ahead to next year's competition.
"There's no question 2020 will be a year we'll never forget," he said.
"It just wasn't worth the risk pursuing an ongoing program this year, no matter how small the risk, so we switched focus to 2021."
"It's a traditional program in many ways, just with a later start, a later finish and a few changes of venue, but it's certainly a program that we think works for the bulk of teams and communities," Roylance said.
The full schedule will be:
Round 1 - Keith, SA - 27 March (Diesel & Dirt Derby)
Round 2 - Temora, NSW - 1 May (Colin Parish Memorial)
Round 3 - Tweed Coast, NSW - 19-20 June
Round 4 - Tweed Coast, NSW - 7-8 August
Round 5 - Griffith, NSW - 11 September
Round 6 - Keith, SA - 9 October
Round 7 - Temora, NSW - 6 November [FINAL]
Organisers warned that if no vaccine to COVID-19 is developed in time, the competition may be forced to cancel again.