Formula 1 shows 22-race calendar entry for 2020

F1 2020 calendar Races to the Netherlands and Vietnam added to growing Grand Prix schedule

The Formula 1 bosses have shown a draft calendar up to 2020, with the addition of events in the Netherlands and Vietnam resulting in 22 races.

Several long-running events, including the UK, Spain and Australia, recently agreeing to new contracts, the new events entailed the biggest calendar in F1 history. There were 21 races in 2016 and 2018. The calendar is yet to be approved by the FIA ​​World Motor Sport Council in October.

The Australian Grand Prix retains its traditional season-opening slot on March 15th, while Abu Dhabi continues to host the final on November 29th.

Vietnam will become the 34th host nation of the World Cup on April 5, with the races staged at a street circuit in the capital Hanoi. The Dutch Grand Prix, held at the historic Zandvoort circuit, will return to the calendar after 35 years on May 3rd, in part due to the huge popularity of the Dutchman Max Verstappen.

The British Grand Prix at Silverstone will take place on July 19th. As expected, the calendar does not include the German Grand Prix, which has struggled financially in recent years. The Italian Grand Prix is ​​scheduled for September 6, but race organizers and F1 bosses have yet to complete the new contract.

Formula 2020 1 World Championship Calendar (to be agreed)

15 March Australia (Melbourne)

22 March of Bahrain (Sakhir)

April 5 To Vietnam (Hanoi)

19 April China (Shanghai)

3 May Netherlands (Zandvoort)

10 May Spain (Barcelona)

24 May Monaco (Monaco)

7 June Azerbaijan (Baku)

June 14 In Montreal (Canada)

June 28 In France (Paul Ricard)

5 July In Austria (Red Bull Ring)

19 July Great Britain (Silverstone)

August 2 In Hungary (Budapest)

August 30 Belgium (Spa)

6 September Italy (Monza)*

20 September Singapore (Singapore)

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27 September Russia (Sochi)

11 October Japan (Suzuka)

October 25 - USA (Austin)

November 1-Mexico (Mexico City)

15 November Brazil (Sao Paulo)

29 November Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)

*subject of the contract


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