Formula 1-the season begins in July with two races in a row at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, before the pride continues at the Hungaroring outside Budapest.
Eight races in Europe, is provisionally scheduled in the calendar, as the international motorsportsforbund, the FIA, and F1-owners Liberty Media announced Tuesday.
the Goal is to reach 15-18 grandprixer, before the season ends before christmas in Abu Dhabi.
- Due to the pending fluid situation with covid-19 international, we are finalizing the details of the rest of the calendar and hope to publish it in the coming weeks with an expectation of 15-18 years, before we conclude our season in december, says in a press release.
the Starting point for the first eight grandprixer is that they become closed events without spectators, but the Formula 1 hope, it will soon be safe to have the fans at the track again.
While we currently expect that the season starts without fans to our races, we hope that the situation over the coming months allowing, that we will welcome them back when it is safe, but we know that Formula 1's return will be a welcome boost to sports fans throughout the world, says Chase Carey, ceo of F1.
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Kevin Magnussen welcomes, of course:
- It is official. We need to run races again. It is brilliant news, and I am excited to get back in the car. I hope you will follow along on tv.
- I know that it is not good, to not get to the first race, but I hope you will support us from home.
We're going racing again and @KevinMagnussen's looking forward to getting back behind the wheel.— Haas F1 Team (@HaasF1Team) June 2, 2020
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the F1 calendar 2020 - first part
3.-5. July: Austria, Red Bull Ring
10.-12. July: Austria, Red Bull Ring
17.-19. July: Hungary, Hungaroring
31. July-2. august: great Britain, Silverstone
7.-9. august: great Britain, Silverstone
14.-16. august: Spain, Barcelona
28.-30. august: Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps
4.-6. september: Italy, Monza
the Calendar for F2 (with Christian Lundgaard) and F3 (with Frederik Vesti) are identical.
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