22-Race Formula One Calendar Revealed

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A 22-race tentative calendar has been announced for the 2020 Formula One season. (Steve Etherington photo)

PARIS – Formula One officials have released the provisional calendar for the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship, which features a record 22 Grands Prix.

Highlighting the 22-race calendar is Formula One’s debut in Vietnam, with the capital city of Hanoi hosting the series for the first time on April 5.

Also confirmed for the 2020 calendar is the return of the Dutch Grand Prix, with Circuit Zandvoort hosting Formula One for the first time since 1985 on May 3.

Noticeably absent from the calendar is the German Grand Prix, which was held at the Hockenheimring this season and was won by Max Verstappen.

The season will again open in Australia on March 15, with the season coming to a close on Nov. 29 in Abu Dhabi.

2020 Formula One Schedule

March 15 – Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit – Melbourne, Australia

March 22 – Bahrain Int’l Circuit – Sakhir, Bahrain

April 5 – Hanoi Street Circuit – Hanoi, Vietnam

April 19 – Shanghai Int’l Circuit – Shanghai, China

May 3 – Circuit Zandvoort – Zandvoort, Netherlands

May 10 – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya – Montmeló, Spain

May 24 – Circuit de Monaco – Monte Carlo, Monaco

June 7 – Baku City Circuit – Baku, Azerbaijan

June 14 – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Montreal, Quebec

June 28 – Circuit Paul Ricard – Le Castellet, France

July 5 – Red Bull Ring – Spielberg, Austria

July 19 – Silverstone Circuit – Silverstone, England

Aug. 2 – Hungaroring – Mogyoród, Hungary

Aug. 30 – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – Stavelot, Belgium

Sept. 6 – Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Monza, Italy

Sept. 20 – Marina Bay Street Circuit – Marina Bay, Singapore

Sept. 27 – Sochi Autodrom – Sochi, Russia

Oct. 11 – Suzuka Int’l Racing Course – Suzuka, Japan

Oct. 25 – Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas

Nov. 1 – Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez – Mexico City, Mexico

Nov. 15 – Autódromo José Carlos Pace – São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 29 – Yas Marina Circuit – Yas Island, Abu Dhabi