Following the announcement in July of the Formula 1 Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, Portimão and Imola, they join the 2020 F1 World Championship calendar, which now has 17 confirmed Grand Prix titles, Turkey, Bahrain (with two GP) and Abu Dhabi, all broadcast exclusively on ELEVEN.
Istanbul Park, Bahrain and Yas Marina join the revised 2020 Formula 1 World Championship, bringing the final number of races to 17, and it is confirmed that the Chinese Grand Prix will not be held.
The 17 races on the renewed 2020 calendar will all be broadcast exclusively on ELEVEN, with comments in Portuguese.
Turkey will host the F1 GP at Intercity Istanbul Park, while Bahrain will host 2 Grand Prix at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir. Finally, the Abu Dahbi GP takes place at the Yas Marina Circuit, located on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates.
Some of the 2020 GP finals will be able to power with a limited number of fans. After Portugal, where ticket sales are taking place at a good pace, Liberty Media, organizer of the F1 World Championship, wants to continue to offer the possibility of a public return to the stands, in a phased manner. In addition to the limited number of spectators in the stands, from Portimão the F1 World Championship will once again have the so-called “hospitality house”, a kind of exclusive access area for guests of the teams, which will be limited to 90 people.
While it is the willingness of everyone involved to see as many fans as possible return as soon as it is safe, the priority remains the safety of the Formula 1 community and the communities receiving the Grand Prix, with fan access reviewed with based on this premise.
- August 28 to 30 – Spa-Francorchamps, GP Belgium
- September 4 to 6 – Monza, GP Italy
- September 11 to 13 – Mugello, GP Tuscany Ferrari 1000
- September 25 to 27 – Sochi, GP Russia
- October 9 to 11 – Nürburgring, GP Eifel
- October 23 to 25 – Portimão, GP Portugal
- October 31 to November 1 – Imola, GP Emilia-Romagna
- November 13 to 15 – Istanbul, GP Turkey *
- November 27 to 29 – Bahrain, GP Bahrain
- December 4 to 6 – Bahrain, GP Sakhir
- December 11 to 13 – Yas Marina, GP Abu Dhabi
* Subject to circuit approval