2020 Formula 1 calendar

Austrian GP 5 Jul
Austrian GP 12 Jul
Hungarian GP 19 Jul
British GP 2 Aug
British GP 9 Aug
Spanish GP 16 Aug
Belgian GP 30 Aug
Italian GP 6 Sep

Cancelled, postponed
or pending F1 races

Abu Dhabi GP TBA
Australian GP TBA
Azerbaijan GP TBA
Bahrain GP TBA
Brazilian GP TBA
Canadian GP TBA
Chinese GP TBA
Dutch GP TBA
French GP TBA
Japanese GP TBA
Mexico City GP TBA
Monaco GP TBA
Russian GP TBA
Singapore GP TBA
United States GP TBA
Vietnamese GP TBA

Original 2020 F1 calendar

The F1 calendar was originally scheduled to feature a record 22 races. Due to the global pandemic many races are cancelled or postponed. The exact number is now uncertain.
Original 22 races calendar


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Formula 1 news

7 July 2020
F1 breathes sigh of relief to pass first ‘new normal’ test in Austria
It certainly exactly business as usual as the 2020 F1 season finally got underway, but the professionalism of everyone spoke volumes in Aust...

7 July 2020
Horner backs Albon aggression despite missing out on F1 podium again
Christian Horner backs Alex Albon for putshing to grab a better podium finish in the closing stages of the Austrian Grand Prix despite faili...

7 July 2020
Kimi Raikkonen rues missed F1 points in odd wheel shredding incident
Kimi Raikkonen cannot explain why his right-front wheel pinged off at high-speed coming into the closing stages of the Austrian Grand Prix a...

6 July 2020
Ex-F1 driver Alex Zanardi undergoes third operation
Ex-F1 driver Alex Zanardi has undergone a third operation lasting five hours on the serious head injuries he sustained last month....

6 July 2020
How F1 social media post led to Hamilton’s Austrian GP grid drop
The emergence of new video footage posted by the official F1 Twitter account led to a U-turn by the stewards and ultimately resulted in Lew...

6 July 2020
Hamilton needs to question approach after Albon clash - Horner
Red Bull F1 team principal Christian Horner believes Lewis Hamilton is the driver who needs to question his approach to racing after his lat...

6 July 2020
Austrian GP: The winners and losers from F1’s season-opener
Crash.net's F1 Digital Editor Lewis Larkam considers the winners and losers from the Austrian Grand Prix as the 2020 season exploded into li...

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A virtual lap of the challenging Red Bull Ring, host for the Austrian Formula 1 Grand Prix. The circuit is located near the city of Spielberg in Styria, in the southeast of Austria. With lap times of around 70 seconds, it is one of the quickest laps on the Formula 1 calendar.


A virtual lap of Hungaroring. The circuit is very challenging and tough for the drivers, but also as one of the safest race tracks in Formula 1. The circuit benefits track position, pit strategy, and high downforce. Overtaking is difficult unless the driver in front makes a mistake.


A virtual lap of the historic Silverstone Circuit. The Formula 1 track is 5.89 kilometers long and features 18 corners, ten right-handers and eight left-handers. To be quick at Silverstone you have to be driving a car with extremely good aerodynamic balance.