Motor racing fans rev up those engines again as Formula 1 will be back on the track in July after declaring the first eight racing schedule which is a part of the 2020 revised schedule. As we all know that from the last three months all sports were canceled or postponed because of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Formula 1 is one of those sports which also affected.
McLaren withdrew from the first race in Melbourne when one of their team members tested positive for the coronavirus and world champion Lewis Hamilton said it was shocking that the race continued. After 28 hours the FIA declared the cancellation of the Australian GP, especially when fans from around the world came onto the racetrack.
After the Australian Grand Prix cancellation the other Formula 1 racing were also canceled include Bahrain, China, and Vietnam Grand Prix. Formula 1 board hopes to restart the season once again in May once the pandemic situations under control. Will the Dutch Grand Prix take place on 3rd May? Fingers crossed.
Mercedes took 15 victories last year, whereas Ferrari and Red Bull received only three wins each.This season Mercedes has been steadily overtaken for the first time since 2014. After Honda upgraded its power play, even Mercedes boss Toto Wolff classified Red Bull as a severe risk.
If so, it could add even more fuel to the explosive encounter between Ferrari teammates Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc. While gossips of retirement still revolved around Vettel's garage, the flying Dutchman Max Verstappen could benefit from Ferrari's woes. The pending champion has already warned that Red Bull "must be competitive from the first race". It looks like he's in no mood to spare the tyres.
Lewis Hamilton has won his 6th World Driver’s Championship title in season 2019 , while the famous Michael Schumacher won total seven titles, Hamilton is away just one title
The f1 events will be played behind the closed doors, once the government restrictions allow the fans can enjoy once again the live racing event at the stadium. Watch Formula 1 live streaming on your PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone, Tab, Smart TV, OR Apple TV from all over the world.
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|Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring, Austria||3-5 July 2020|
|Steiermark Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring, Austria||10-12 July 2020|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring, Hungary||17-19 July 2020|
|British Grand Prix||Silverstone, Great Britain||31 July- 2 August 2020|
|Formula One 70th Anniversary Grand Prix||Silverstone, Great Britain||7-9 August 2020|
|Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Catalunya, Spain||14-16 August 2020|
|Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium||28-30 August 2020|
|Italian Grand Prix||Monza, Italy||4-6 September 2020|
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