Re­vised 2020 cal­en­dar

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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.

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