Fans feeling the need for speed will have 17 races to get their fix.
While the F1 season officially got underway at the Austrian GP on July 5, the schedule for the remainder of the year is starting to fill out, with 17 races officially on the calendar for the 2020 season, with Abu Dhabi officially ending the year once again.
Originally scheduled to feature a record 22 races, the F1 season was lopped to just 13, given the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the sports world. Formula 1 wasn’t immune to it, either, with 15 races canceled, postponed or pending for the remainder of the year.
Originally, the Dutch Grand Prix was slated to make a return following an absence of 35 years, but the GP has unfortunately been banged, one of seven races officially canceled on the year. But making its return in the shortened season is the Bahrain Grand Prix at Istanbul Park Circuit, the first time the course is being run since 2011.
Five more races have been postponed, but with no makeup dates, if any, announced.
In its truest form, the 2020 F1 season is going to be a sprint, and everything you need to know about the shortened schedule can be found below.
(All times Eastern.)
Formula 1 2020 schedule
In all, there are 17 official races on the docket for the 2020 Formula One World Championship. FIA was looking to secure at least 15 races for the 2020 F1 season, while the traditional season finale at Abu Dhabi is on the docket for December.
|Date||Race||Course||Start time||TV channel||Winner|
|July 5||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Valtteri Boltas|
|July 12||Styrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton|
|July 19||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton|
|Aug. 2||British Grand Prix||Silverstone||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton|
|Aug. 9||70th Anniversary Grand Prix||Silverstone||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Max Verstappen|
|Aug. 16||Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Catalunya||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton|
|Aug. 30||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton|
|Sept. 6||Italian Grand Prix||Monza||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Sept. 13||Tuscan Ferrari 1000 Grand Prix||Mugello||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Sept. 27||Russian Grand Prix||Sochi Autodrom||7:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Oct. 11||Eifel Grand Prix||Nurburgring||8:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Oct. 25||Portuguese Grand Prix||Algarve International Circuit||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Nov. 1||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari||9:10 a.m.||ESPN||TBD|
|Nov. 13||Turkish Grand Prix||Istanbul Park Circuit||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Nov. 29||Bahrain Grand Prix||Bahrain International Circuit||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Dec. 6||Sakhir Grand Prix||Bahrain International Circuit||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Dec. 13||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina Circuit||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Formula 1 2020 canceled races
Unfortunately, of F1’s original record 22-race schedule, a lot of scheduled GPs are now canceled in their entirety, including drivers’ returns to the Netherlands for the Dutch Grand Prix.
While some races are awaiting rescheduling, the following have been officially canceled:
|Australian Grand Prix||March 15||Albert Park|
|Dutch Grand Prix||May 3||Zandvoort|
|Monaco Grand Prix||May 24||Monaco|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||June 7||Baku City|
|French Grand Prix||June 28||Paul Ricard|
|Singapore Grand Prix||Sept. 20||Marina Bay|
|Japanese Grand Prix||Oct. 11||Suzuka International|