Formula 1 officially presented the calendar for the first part of the season 2020. This section of the championship is European and should start in Austria, 3-5 July.
In Austria and in the UK will pass through two stages. Only this part of the calendar consists of 8 races. In regulation f-1 shows that the season is considered valid if the pilots had at least eight races.
While the f-1 has officially revealed the calendar only on the European race, as flights to other parts of the world is now under question.
Perhaps if the championship will start and everything will be fine, closer to the fall series will display the full calendar of races. All f-1 hopes to have 15 to 18 stages.
Calendar first part of the season, Formula 1 (all races without fans in the stands).
July 5 – Grand Prix of Austria
July 12 – Grand Prix of Austria
July 19 – Grand Prix of Hungary
August 2 – Grand Prix of great Britain
August 9 – Grand Prix of great Britain
August 16 – Grand Prix of Spain (Barcelona)
August 30 – Grand Prix of Belgium
6 September – Grand Prix of Italy
Together with Formula 1 on the same routes will start and Junior series – f-2 and f-3.