After much effort, the F1 organizers finally set the schedule for the 2020 season with the first 8 races.
The F1 2020 racing season has yet to start due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, with many races being postponed or even canceled. After much effort, the tournament organizers have finally set the season opening date in the new context.
F1 organizers announce the schedule
Accordingly, the first race of the F1 2020 season will be held in Austria from July 3-5 and the second race will continue in Austria one week later (July 10-12). The next week, the third race will be held in Hungary (July 17-19).
The fourth and fifth stages of the F1 season will be held at the famous Silverstone racecourse in the UK (July 31 to August 2 and August 7-9). The next leg of the race in Spain will be held (August 14-16).
After the first 6 races, the teams will take a week off before starting the races in Belgium (August 28-30) and Italy (4-6 September). Currently, the F1 organizers have only temporarily scheduled the events of the first 8 races and will update more in the future.
Thus, the fate of the F1 race in some countries has not been determined yet in 2020. According to Inside Racing, the organizers are still looking for a reasonable schedule for the F1 racing in these countries in the near future.
Recently, the F1 organizers have issued five basic rules to bring the races back. It is testing all the participants in the race, minimizing the number of people attending a race, trying to keep a distance and isolate themselves when moving from airports and hotels … it is the races that will be held in a state of no audience.