F1 2020 calendar, reduced testing confirmed

Daniel Herrero


Saturday 5th October, 2019 - 8:15am


The 2020 Formula 1 calendar has been confirmed

The FIA World Motor Sport Council has confirmed Formula 1’s 22-race 2020 calendar, while a reduction in testing has also been announced.

F1 has advised that, with the net addition of one race to the calendar from next year, pre-season testing will be cut from eight days to six.

The tests will still take place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya but are now three days each, from February 19-21 and February 26-28.

In a further reduction, the two in-season tests have been dropped altogether.

The FIA WMSC has approved the draft calendar which was released in August, although the new Vietnamese Grand Prix (Hanoi street circuit) and returning Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort) are both listed as ‘subject to circuit homologation’.

Changes to next year’s sporting regulations were discussed but will go back to a later e-vote.

Formula 1 2020 calendar

  Grand prix/Test Location Date
Test Pre-Season Test 1 Barcelona Feb 19-21
Test Pre-Season Test 2 Barcelona Feb 26-28
1 Australia Melbourne Mar 15
2 Bahrain Sakhir Mar 22
3 Vietnam Hanoi Apr 5
4 China Shanghai Apr 19
5 Netherlands Zandvoort May 3
6 Spain Barcelona May 10
7 Monaco Monte-Carlo May 24
8 Azerbaijan Baku Jun 7
9 Canada Montreal Jun 14
10 France Le Castellet Jun 28
11 Austria Spielberg Jul 5
12 Great Britain Silverstone Jul 19
13 Hungary Budapest Aug 2
14 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps Aug 30
15 Italy Monza Sep 6
16 Singapore Singapore Sep 20
17 Russia Sochi Sep 27
18 Japan Suzuka Oct 11
19 United States Austin Oct 25
20 Mexico City Mexico City Nov 1
21 Brazil Sao Paulo Nov 15
22 Abu Dhabi Yas Island Nov 29

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