The new schedule of the 2020 Formula 1 season is keeping the attention high to a whole new level. Indeed, although there have been eight races which are already official, all in Europe, the deals which aim to finding new Grands Prix are going on. The 70th edition of the Formula 1 World Championship is undoubtedly one of the most exciting – and uncertain- of all times, with new races coming up and mixing up with the traditional ones.
It is now on the Italian Grand Prix to host a double (maybe a triple?)-header: Mugello has in fact been called out to get ready to welcome a Formula 1 race.
The news came directly from Germany, where they say that the Italian circuit had the opportunity to go ahead with the preparation of the race. The date - which has not been set yet- will be scheduled on the 13th of September, straight the Sunday after the Monza Grand Prix.
During these days, though, the Mugello circuit is already experiencing some Formula 1 action. Indeed, the track is under the Prancing Horse propriety, and it is hosting a series of Ferrari tests with the 2018 single-seater.
The Tuscan track seems to be highly appreciated by Formula 1 drivers. Mark Webber recently called the opportunity to race at the Mugello circuit “genial” while an euphoric Daniel Ricciardo replied to the Formula 1 official account , who asked what track would you like to race in, with a nice and brilliant comment: “Mugello alllll dayyyy bay bee”
“Mugello is such a great track, it deserves to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix”- Sebastian Vettel stated after the tests.
In the meantime, we are going towards a triple-header, with Monza, Mugello and Imola that are waiting up for an official statement which will welcome them in the 2020 Formula 1 season.