The Formula 1 2020 season begins. In the final year of the current regulations there is a lot at stack - can Mercedes continue their winning streak? Can Lewis Hamilton equal Michael Schumacher's championship wins record? Will Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel or Charles Leclerc be able to take the championship?
The car reveals are now done and the cars have already now hit the track in February for the winter testing sessions.
The season opening racing in Australia was scheduled for Sunday 15th March, however due to the Covid-19 spread the race was cancelled - since then we have missed the first 10 races of the season, however plans are being made to begin the season in July, with the first 10 races of the season having been confirmed.:
5th July: Austrian Grand Prix - Red Bull Ring - 1st. Bottas, 2nd Leclerc, 3rd Norris
12th July: Styrian Grand Prix - Red Bull Ring - 1st. Hamilton, 2nd Bottas, 3rd Verstappen
19th July: Hungarian Grand Prix - Hungaroring - 1st. Hamilton, 2nd Verstappen, 3rd Bottas
2nd August: British Grand Prix - Silverstone - 1st. Hamilton, 2nd Verstappen, 3rd Leclerc
9th August: 70th Anniversary Grand Prix - Silverstone
16th August: Spanish Grand Prix - Circuit de Catalunya
30th August: Belgian Grand Prix - Spa-Francorchamps
6th September: Italian Grand Prix - Monza
13th September: Tuscan Grand Prix - Mugello
27th September: Russian Grand Prix - Sochi
11th October: Eifel Grand Prix - Nurburgring
25th October: Portuguese Grand Prix - Portimao
1st November: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix - Imola
Although dates are not yet confirmed, it is expected that the season will then come to a close with 2 races in Bahrain and then the season finale in Abu Dhabi in December. Formula 1 has confirmed that no races will take place in Brazil, Canada, Mexico or USA this year.