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F1 chiefs unveil provisional 2020 calendar

2019-08-29 15:19
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Cape Town - Spain has been added to the provisional 22-race F1 calendar for 2020, while Germany's Hockenheimring has been omitted.

Two new grands prix will be joining the circus, with F1 stopping off in Vietnam on April 5 while the Dutch GP - expected to be a sell-out with Max Verstappen fans - takes place on May 3.

Spain is back on the calendar, handed a year's reprieve with Germany the only race from this season not to feature.

GPFans.net quotes F1 CEO Chase Carey as saying: "It's the year in which the series that is the pinnacle of motorsport celebrates its seventieth anniversary with, for the first time, a 22-race calendar.

Provisional 2020 F1 calendar:


March 22 - Bahrain
April 5 - Vietnam
April 19 - China
May 3 - Netherlands
May 10 - Spain
May 24 - Monaco
June 7 - Azerbaijan
June 14 - Canada
June 28 - France
July 5 - Austria
July 19 - Great Britain
August 2 - Hungary
August 30 - Belgium
September 6 - Italy
September 20 - Singapore
September 27 - Russia
October 11 - Japan
October 25 - USA
November 1 - Mexico
November 15 - Brazil
November 29 - Abu Dhabi

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