Formula 1 will cancels the US, Mexico and Brazil Grand Prix in 2020

Formula 1 Management, due to the situation with the spread of the coronavirus, canceled the stages in the USA, Mexico, and Brazil in 2020, BBC reports.

Earlier it was reported that the Formula 1 calendar of the 2020 season will complement the stages at the Nurburgring, Portimão, and Imola. It is these races that will replace the USA, Mexico, and Brazil in the calendar, but on different dates.

It is also reported that F1 has finally abandoned plans to hold the 2020 Canadian Grand Prix, which was originally supposed to be held in June.

The full calendar of the season has not yet been formed, but Formula 1 is expected to hold at least 16 stages in the 2020 season. Stages in Asia are expected to take place at the end of the year: two races in Bahrain and one in Abu Dhabi.

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