Eight races are certain, whereas the rest of the schedule is still uncertain. Liberty Media would prefer an 18 race season, they are continuously thriving to achieve this purpose and hopefully soon we will have the official announcement.
The Formula-1 plans to announce the official 2020 racing calendar on the Austrian Grand Prix After finishing the eight races the racers may well remain on the Continent, more exactly in Italy, where Monza mat be followed by Mugello.
The instability of the situation is confirmed also by the fact that while yesterday the news spoke also about Imola as possible location, today’s news contain no trace of the traditional ring.
According to the information (Guessing) of the specialized international press this year’s final racing calendar (Might) look as follows:
July 5. – Austria (Red Bull Ring)
July 12. – Austria (Red Bull Ring)
July 19. – Hungary (Hungaroring)
August 2. – Great Britain (Silverstone)
August 9. – Great Britain (Silverstone)
August 16. – Spain (Barcelona)
August 30. – Belgium (Spa)
September 6. – Italy (Monza)
September 13. – Italy (Mugello)
September 27. – Russia (Sochi) / Germany (Hockenheim) ??
October 4. – Portugal (Portimao)
October 18. – Canada (Montreal)
October 25. – USA (Austin)
November 8. – China (Shanghai)
November 15. – China (Shanghai)
November 29. – Bahrein (Sahir)
December 6. – Bahrein (Sahir)
December 13. – Abu Dhabi
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