Revised 2020 calendar
JULY 5 — AUSTRIA. The Red Bull Ring at Spielberg. 2019 pole: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari). 2019 winner: Max Verstappen (Red Bull). A rural circuit in southern Styria, owned by Red Bull.
JULY 12 — AUSTRIA, the second race will be officially known as the Grand Prix of Steiermark (Styria).
JULY 19 — HUNGARY. The Hungaroring. 2019 pole: Verstappen. Winner: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes). Tight, twisty and slow. The first race in 1986 was a breakthrough for F1 behind the ‘Iron Curtain’.
AUG. 2 — BRITAIN. Silverstone. 2019 pole: Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Mercedes. Winner: Hamilton. The first world championship grand prix was held here in 1950.
AUG. 9 — BRITAIN, officially designated the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
AUG. 16 — SPAIN. Circuit de Catalunya. 2019 pole: Bottas. Winner: Hamilton. Familiar to all teams from pre-season testing. AUG. 30 — BELGIUM. SpaFrancorchamps.
2019 pole and winner: Leclerc. The longest lap on the calendar.
SEPT. 6 — ITALY. Monza. 2019 pole and winner: Leclerc.
‘La Pista Magica’, Ferrari’s home track, dates back to the 1920s but is still the fastest in F1.
Races still to be scheduled: China, Canada, Vietnam, Russia, Mexico, United States, Brazil, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi.