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The 2020 Formula One World Championship was supposed to start on Sunday, March 15 but the season was delayed due to Coronavirus.
The Australian Grand Prix was cancelled in March and the FIA has now named the first eight races of the season with more to be announced. Austria and Great Britain will both host back-to-back races in an effort to cut down on the distance teams have to travel.
Lewis Hamilton is the two-time defending champion and will again race for Mercedes this season, alongside Valtteri Bottas. Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo teams up with France’s Estebean Ocon on team Renault.
Here is the current race list for the 2020 Formula One season in calendar format.
|1||July 5||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||Spielberg|
|2||July 12||Steiermark Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||Spielberg|
|3||July 19||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||Mogyoród|
|4||August 3||British Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit||Silverstone|
|5||August 10||70th Anniversary Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit||Silverstone|
|6||August 16||Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya||Barcelona|
|7||August 30||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||Stavelot|
|8||September 6||Italian Grand Prix||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||Monza|