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The F1 season in 2020










After the races at the beginning of the year were postponed and canceled as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic, F1 worked with teams and the FIA ​​to plan to allow the season to return. 

Accordingly, Austria will be the venue for the first two races taking place on July 3-5 and July 10-12 respectively. Next are the tracks in Hungary, United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium and Italy.   

The first two races will take place at the Red Bull Ring racetrack, Austria, from July 3-5 and July 10-12. The next leg, respectively, is held in Hungary, England, Spain, Belgium and Italy.

The F1 Organizing Committee expects a total of 15-18 races to take place at the end of the season in December. The disease is under control. 

All these races have no audience. F1 confirmed that it will check virus strictly in technical area and ask people to limit their contact.   

The F1 season in 2020 closes the day
Fans are about to follow the sport of speed
President and CEO F1 Chase Carey said  "In the past weeks, we have worked tirelessly with all our partners, the Association of International Automobile (FIA) and the teams to create calendar The competition, allowing us to start the race as safely as possible. We are delighted to be able to schedule the first 8 stages and look forward to announcing the full schedule in the coming weeks. "

"The season's opening races will have no spectators. However, we hope in the coming months, when the situation allows, we will welcome them back safely. The return of F1 will be a welcome boost to sports fans around the globe, " Chase added on the F1 homepage.




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