Formula 1 set up the revised 2020 schedule which will be started in Austria in July 2020. They unveiled the facts of the first eight races of the new schedule.
After the postponement of the F1 schedule due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Formula1, teams and FIA officials collectively work to plan for a safe start to the season. Today Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has sketched the first part of a revised racing schedule.
The season begins on July 5 with the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, the next race will happen on the same track after one week.
The Hungarian GP will be held just after the Styrian GP. Then Silverstone host two back to back races after that the Spanish Grand Prix will take place in Barcelona.
The Belgian GP will follow, the Italian GP a week later in Monza on 6 September.
All the races will be supported by F2 and F3.
|Austrian Gp||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg||Round One||3-5 July 2020|
|Styrian GP||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg||Round Two||10-12 July 2020|
|Hungarian GP||Hungaroring, Mogyorod||Round Three||17-19 July 2020|
|British GP||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone||Round Four||31 July-2 August 2020|
|70th Anniversary GP||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone||Round Five||7-9 August 2020|
|Spanish GP||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmelo||Round Six||14-16 August 2020|
|Belgian GP||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot||Round Seven||28-30 August 2020|
|Italian GP||Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza||Round Eight||4-6 September 2020|