This can be the F1 2020 calendar

The 2020 Formula 1 schedule It is scheduled to be presented during the first week of June.
This is how MD advanced it weeks ago, also noting that the date that was given for the F1 Spanish GP of August 9 could vary
.

The F1 weeks ago had a first draft calendar, in which initially the Barcelona appointment had space for August 23 and later for the weekend of the 9th of the same month. However, F1 warned the tracks that the schedule could still undergo changes, especially while waiting for how the negotiations with the Government of great britain to include teams F1 as an exception to the 14-day quarantine obligation that the country will impose as of June 8, something that was essential to ensure the dispute of two sen races Silverstone and the correct celebration of world.

Now after
the executive of Boris Johnson asked for the F1 exception for said quarantine
, things seem increasingly clear, and in Italy there is talk of certain changes compared to the draft of a few weeks ago, with the main change of the Hungarian GP, ​​which would become the third race of the course.

Two triplets with just one week off

Quote hungarian it would be like wanting to dispute in August to be held on July 19, just after Austria’s two inaugural appointments on July 5 and 12. Clearly, this measure is designed to reduce the costs of moving equipment, taking advantage of the geographical proximity between the Red bull ring and the Hungaroring to make three races on three consecutive weekends.

Later, the teams could return to their headquarters to have a weekend of rest and prepare a new double, this time in Silverstone, if it is finally officially confirmed that the British Government allows teams to F1 do not quarantine in a country where 7 of the 10 teams have their headquarters.

Silverstone races to be delayed to August 2 and 9, causing the Barcelona appointment to August 16, thus completing another triplet of consecutive races.

The Spanish F1 GP could go to August 16

Then two doublets will come

Thus, after another weekend of rest, it would be the turn of two ‘doublets’. Formula 1 would reach its last test loop in Europe with the Belgian GP (August 30) and the Italian GP (September 6), to later go to GP of Azerbaijan two weeks later (September 20) and that of Russia (September 27).

Access to the F1 paddock in 2020 will be restricted by security and there will be no famous hospitalities
Access to the F1 paddock in 2020 will be restricted by security and there will be no famous hospitalities

Germany in doubt

Then, F1 plans to start its Asian, American tours and a final in the Middle East in a season that would remain 19 races.

In it, your site is complicated Hockenheim (Germany), who had applied as a substitute for the two races of Silverstone if finally F1 couldn’t compete in Britain by quarantine. However, at this time, we will have to wait to see if Germany can receive the ‘Great Circus’, something that will certainly be an option if the competition has problems landing in countries far from the old continent like United States, Mexico or Brazil for their major problems with the coronavirus.

It should be remembered that this draft calendar could still suffer changes depending on the evolution of the pandemic and on whether the governments of the countries impose new restrictions. In that case, nothing is ruled out, since F1, in case of having problems to meet its objectives, could speak with more European routes to save the season by repeating more races on these circuits with the aim of reaching the 15 tests disputed in 2020 to ensure full collection of television rights.

July 5th. Austrian GP

12th of July. Red Bull Ring ‘II’

July 19. Hungarian GP (After being changed date)

August 2nd. British GP. Silverstone (After being changed date)

August 9. Silverstone ‘II’ (After being changed date)

August 16. Spanish GP (After being changed date)

August 30. Belgian GP

September 6. Italian GP

September 20. Azerbaijan GP

September 27. Russian GP

October 4. Chinese GP

October 11. Japanese GP

October 25. US GP USA

November 1. GP of Mexico

November 8th. Brazilian GP

November 22th. Vietnam GP

November 29th. Bahrain ‘II’

6th of December. Bahrain GP

December 13th. Abu Dhabi GP

July 5th. Austrian GP

12th of July. Red Bull Ring ‘II’

July 26. British GP. Silverstone / Hockenheim

August 2nd. Silverstone ‘II’ / Hockenheim ‘II’

August 9. Spanish GP

August 23. Hungarian GP

August 30. Belgian GP

September 6. Italian GP

September 20. Azerbaijan GP

September 27. Russian GP

October 4. Chinese GP

October 11. Japanese GP

October 25 US GP USA

November 1. GP of Mexico

November 8th. Brazilian GP

November 22th. Vietnam GP

November 29th. Bahrain ‘II’

6th of December. Bahrain GP

December 13th. Abu Dhabi GP