F1 Schedule 2020 - latest information

CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD, FRANCE - JUNE 22: FIA Formula One Flag during the French GP at Circuit Paul


Formula 1 has announced the opening eight races of the 2020 calendar following the postponement of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The calendar has been approved by the FIA.

Formula 1 has been working closely with all partners, authorities, the FIA and the ten teams to create a revised calendar that will allow a return to racing in a way that is safe for the communities we visit and the entire Formula 1 community. Due to the ongoing fluidity of the COVID-19 situation internationally, we will be finalising the details of the wider calendar and hope to publish that in the coming weeks with an expectation of having a total of 15-18 races before we complete our season in December.

We currently expect the opening races to be closed events, but hope fans will be able to join our events again when it is safe to do so. The health and safety of all involved will continue to be priority number one, with Formula 1 and the FIA having a robust and detailed plan to ensure our races maintain the highest level of safety with strict procedures in place.

The first 8 races of the 2020 calendar

1Formula 1 Rolex Grosser Preis von OsterreichThe Red Bull Ring, AustriaJuly 3-5
2Formula 1 Pirelli Grosser Preis der SteiermarkThe Red Bull Ring, AustriaJuly 10-12
3Formula 1 Aramco Magyar NagydijThe Hungaroring, HungaryJuly 17-19
4Formula 1 Pirelli British Grand PrixSilverstone, UKJuly 31 - August 2
5Emirates Formula 1 70th Anniversary Grand PrixSilverstone, UKAugust 7-9
6Formula 1 Aramco Gran Premio de EspanaCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, SpainAugust 14-16
7Formula 1 Rolex Belgian Grand PrixSpa-Francorchamps, BelgiumAugust 28-30
8Formula 1 Gran Premio Heineken d'ItaliaMonza, ItalySeptember 4-6

If you bought tickets for races that have been postponed or cancelled through, F1 Paddock Club and F1 Experiences, we are currently working with each race promoter on the transfer and refund options available to you. We are working at speed to finalise those options and will be in contact with you.

Ticket holders who did not purchase through those routes should get the latest information on transfers or refunds through their point of purchase, either the relevant ticket reseller or the promoter’s official website, as transfer or refund processes may differ for each race. For races not postponed ticket holders’ tickets remain valid.

For more information on F1 race venues, click on the links below:

AUSTRIA - Red Bull Ring

HUNGARY - Hungaroring

GREAT BRITAIN - Silverstone Circuit

SPAIN - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

BELGIUM - Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

ITALY - Autodromo Nazionale Monza

AUSTRALIA - Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit

BAHRAIN - Bahrain International Circuit

VIETNAM - Hanoi Circuit

CHINA - Shanghai International Circuit

NETHERLANDS - Zandvoort Circuit

MONACO - Circuit de Monaco

AZERBAIJAN - Baku City Circuit

CANADA - Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve

FRANCE - Circuit Paul Ricard

SINGAPORE - Marina Bay Street Circuit

RUSSIA - Sochi Autodrom

JAPAN - Suzuka International Racing Course

UNITED STATES - Circuit of The Americas

MEXICO CITY - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

BRAZIL - Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

ABU DHABI - Yas Marina Circuit


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