Formula 1 approves the 2020 Race calendar

Formula 1 on its official website published a calendar of the first part of the 2020 season, which did not start due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The calendar currently consists of eight races that must take place behind closed doors and in accordance with the most stringent safety rules.

“Due to the continuing variability of the situation with coronavirus at the international level, Formula 1 will finalize the details of the full calendar and hopes to publish them in the coming weeks with the expectation of a total of 15-18 races before the season ends in December. “F-1” hopes that the fans will be able to attend the races again when it is safe, ” the statement said.

It is noted that the Formula 2 and Formula 3 championships will also adhere to this schedule.

The calendar of the first eight races of the Formula 1 championship of the 2020 season is as follows:

⦁ July 3-5, Austria

⦁ July 10-12 – Austria,

⦁ July 17-19 – Hungary,

⦁ July 31 – August 2 – United Kingdom,

⦁ August 7–9 – United Kingdom,

⦁ August 14-16 – Spain,

⦁ August 28-30 – Belgium,

Author: Steve Cowan
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