The 2020 Formula 1 season will begin in Austria on 5 July, the first of a run of eight races in Europe.

A F1 explanation said the title would start across three back to back ends of the week – two in Austria on 5 and 12 July and a third in Hungary.

There will at that point be a fourteen day break before two back to back races in Britain and occasions in Spain, Belgium and Italy.

All will be run away from public scrutiny with members following rules to limit the spread of Covid-19.

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The British Grands Prix at Silverstone will be held 2 and 9 August, followed promptly by the Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona on 16 August.

The Belgian and Italian Grands Prix will finish the European piece of the period on their unique dates of 30 August and 6 September.

Plans for the rest of the period were not reported, in view of the vulnerability of the coronavirus circumstance in the different nations that would have made up the first calendar.

In any case, F1 said it had “a desire for having a sum of 15-18 races before we complete our season in December”.

It is comprehended that F1 is exceptionally certain of completing the title with races in Bahrain on 6 December and Abu Dhabi on 13 December.

Prior to that, the low rate of coronavirus in China, Vietnam and Japan makes races in those nations a solid likelihood in October.

The Russian Grand Prix, which is penciled in for after the European occasions alongside the race in Azerbaijan, and those in the US, Mexico and Brazil are increasingly unsure on account of the high paces of disease in those nations.

F1 2020 opening schedule

3-5 July – Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)

10-12 July – Steiermark Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)

17-19 July – Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)

31 July-2 August – British Grand Prix (Silverstone)

7-9 August – 70th Anniversary Grand Prix (Silverstone)

14-16 August – Spanish Grand Prix

28-30 August – Belgian Grand Prix

4-6 September – Italian Grand Prix

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