Formula 1 calendar 2020
The new Formula 1 calendar for 2020 has been officially confirmed by the FIA. The season starts on July 5 with the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring. In total there are seventeen races on the final F1 calendar.
Due to the corona virus, the new Formula One calendar looks completely different from the original version. The FIA has officially confirmed eight races in Europe, starting on July 5. Max Verstappen can immediately start twice on the Red Bull Ring, where the races are held on July 5 and 12.
This year's F1 calendar is packed with no less than 17 races, with four so-called triple header races - three consecutive races. New on the calendar are races at Mugello and Portimao. We also see the return of several circuits, such as the Nurburgring and Istanbul Park.
The season concludes on 13 December 2020 with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit.
The 2020 season has finished. Please take a look at the 2021 Formula 1 calender here.
||Red Bull Ring||5 Jul|
||Red Bull Ring||12 Jul|
||Circuit Silverstone||2 Aug|
||Circuit Silverstone||9 Aug|
||Circuit de Catalunya||16 Aug|
||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||6 Sep|
||Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello||13 Sep|
||Sochi Autodrom||27 Sep|
||Autódromo Internacional do Algarve||25 Oct|
||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari||1 Nov|
||Istanbul Park||15 Nov|
||Bahrein International Circuit||29 Nov|
||Bahrein International Circuit||6 Dec|
||Yas Marina Circuit||13 Dec|