2020 F1 Grand Prix Race Schedule

2020 Grand Prix and Special Motorsport Events Calendar and News

March 15
Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)
March 22
Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)
April 5
Vietnam Grand Prix (Hanoi)
April 19
Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)
May 3
Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort)
May 10
Spanish Grand Prix
May 24
Monaco Grand Prix
June 7
Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku)
June 14
Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal)
June 13-14
Le Mans 24 Hour (Le Mans, France)
June 28
French Grand Prix
July 5
Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)
July 19
British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
August 4
Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest)
August 30
Belgian Grand Prix (Spa)
September 6
Italian Grand Prix (Monza Italy)
September 7-10
Italian Car Factory & Museum Tour (Milan-Modena)
September 11-13
Goodwood Revival (Goodwood, England)
September 20
Singapore Grand Prix
September 27
Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)
October 11
Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)
October 25
United States Grand Prix (Austin, TX)
November 1
Mexican Grand Prix
November 15
Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)
November 29
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)

More News from the Motorsport World

F1 pre-season testing gets underway in February. Looks like the 2020 cars will actually be even faster than last year in spite of the reduction in the size of the front wings and increase in the size of the rear wings

Formula 1 has revised the wing designs that will form a key part of 2021 car concepts, and moved towards a more “dramatic” aesthetic with an aeroplane-like style

Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says he does not believe the “easy story” that Ferrari’s latest upgrades were key to its surprise Singapore Grand Prix triumph. A raft of updates appeared on the Ferrari SF90 in Singapore including a new floor, diffuser, rear wing and nose.

For the fourth race in succession, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc claimed pole position – this time for the Russian Grand Prix – doing the business in qualifying yet again by a handy margin. This is the first time a Ferrari driver has had 4 poles in a row since Schumacher in 2001!

The all-female W-Series is in talks to move outside Europe, with a potential North American double-header supporting Formula 1 in the United States and Mexico, as part of an expanded second season.


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