The Formula 1 World Cup series has been postponed and pushed forward since the first round of the 2020 World Cup, which was to be held in Melbourne, Australia in mid-March, was removed from the calendar. According to British Autosport, the season starts on July 5 in Austria.
Austria, Austria, Hungary, Great Britain, Great Britain. According to British Autosport, this year’s Formula 1 series will be To run in Spielberg, Austria on July 5. A week later, on July 12, another race was held in Spielberg.
On July 19, according to Autosport, the F1 circus will move to Hungary and Budapest, after which Silverstone in Great Britain will host the next two races, on August 2 and 9.
Originally it was thought that Silverstone would take place directly after Spielberg’s races, but due to quarantine laws in the UK, the schedule was changed.
People arriving in the UK from 8 June are subject to a two-week quarantine. But the UK government may ease these restrictions until August.
According to Autosport, the races will take place in July and August in Europe, and the race schedule is due to be confirmed on Monday.
F1 WC Series start schedule (according to Autosport):
July 5: Austrian GP, Spielberg
July 12: Austrian GP, Spielberg
July 19: Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungary
August 2: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
August 9: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
August 16: Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona
August 30: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa
September 6: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
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