The Coronavirus pandemic forced the F1 bosses to review competely the calendar for this 2020 season. If the first part of the season has been scheduled, the second half is still a work in progress.
What we know for sure are the locations of the first eight races of this 2020 season. Last week we ran the opening race in Austria, and as well this Sunday the Circuit of Spielberg is going to host another race on its track.
The third race weekend then will take place in Hungary the following week, from the 17th to the 19th of July. From there the Great Circus will move to Silverstone, in Great Britain, when we will run during the last weekend of July. As for Spielberg in Austria, also Silverstone will host two F1 races, the second one the weekend immediately after the first.
The sixth round will be then in Spain, at the Montmelo, another stage in Europe in order to make the best use of the limited time available for this unusual season.
To end, the last two races will be in Belgium and in Italy. From here on out there is no certainty about the following races. But however we can say that there is a calendar, for now only hypothetical, that could become effective.
The first race of the second part of the season is the most likely to take place. We are speaking about a race weekend at the Mugello circuit. This race is at ninety-nine percent sure, and it will be run in correspondence of the 1000th GP for Ferrari.
After this race, Formula 1 could move to Russia, in Sochi, for the tenth race of the season. But it's absolutely still not sure that this race will effectively become part of the calendar.
It's a bit more likeable instead that on the 4th of October the Circus will run in Portugal, and two weeks later in Canada. And, always to avoid more jouneys as possible, the following week in Austin, in the USA.
Eventually, the last three 2020 races are quite sure as the Mugello one. And they will be in the UAE, where two races should be hosted in Bahrain and the final appointement of this strange season should be in Abu Dhabi.
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