Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic FIA Formula 1 schedule, 2020 postponed. After a long pause recently Formula 1 has declared the opening eight races of the schedule 2020. The schedule has been accepted by the FIA.
Formula 1 has worked with all nearby associates, authorities, the FIA and 10 teams to resumed a 2020 schedule that permits a comeback to racing in a way that is appropriate for the communities.
Because of global spreading of the Covid-19, we will confirm the detailed schedule and will be released in the coming weeks.Hope that we will complete total of 15-18 races before December.
It is expected that starting races will be played on the closed stadium without spectators, but hopefully fans can join our events again if it is certain. The wellbeing and security of our teams, staff, and fans are our main concerns. Formula 1 and the FIA have a solid and detailed plan to guarantee our races keep up the most significant level of security with severe strategies set up.
|3-5 July 2020||Rd 1||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg|
|10-12 July 2020||Rd 2||Styrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg|
|17-19 July 2020||Rd 3||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring, Mogyorod|
|31 July-2 August 2020||Rd 4||British Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone|
|7-9 August 2020||Rd 5||70th Anniversary Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone|
|14-16 August 2020||Rd 6||Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmelo|
|28-30 August 2020||Rd 7||Belgian Grand Prix||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot|
|4-6 September 2020||Rd 8||Italian Grand Prix||Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza|