Four new dates have been mooted for China’s grand prix, which has been postponed due to the Covid-19 coronavirus, but all present obstacles F1 may be unable to overcome.
The fourth round of the 2020 F1 season at the Shanghai International Circuit has been postponed following the coronavirus outbreak.
The specifications of the revised Zandvoort circuit will not be withheld from teams in an effort to create more unpredictability when F1 returns to the track this year.
Could Russia really bring its F1 race forward by five months to allow the Chinese Grand Prix to be postponed due to the coronavirus? Don’t count on it, says Dieter Rencken.
Paul Ricard could use a different version of the chicane on its longest straight for this year’s French Grand Prix, but its asphalt run-offs will stay.
Don’t miss a moment of the Formula 1 action in 2020. Add all the starting times for all of this year’s races to your calendar.
Formula 1 Management is monitoring the potential threat to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix from serious bushfires which have killed 25 people.
The architects behind the changes to Zandvoort have revealed a video showing their plans for the circuit ahead of its return in the 2020 F1 season.
The Mexican Grand Prix has sold out every year since it returned in 2015, but nearly lost its place on the F1 calendar. Here’s how it was saved for 2020.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been officially ratified by the sport’s governing body, the FIA, and features a record-breaking 22 races.
Sochi Autodrom is expected to hold the Russian Grand Prix for the final time next year, RaceFans has learned.
Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation CEO Le Ngoc Chi tells RaceFans why Formula 1’s newest venue will be ready for its first race in 2020.
Sebastian Vettel says next year’s record 22-race calendar is too long, and wants the schedule to go back to 16 races.
The Italian Grand Prix’s place on the 2020 F1 calendar has been confirmed following the official announcement of a new contract.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been announced, containing a record 22 races including new rounds in Vietnam and the Netherlands, but no German Grand Prix.
The Spanish Grand Prix will return on the 2020 F1 calendar after a new single-year deal to host the race was agreed.
Last-minute deals, holiday clashes and Brexit are just some of the reasons why cramming 22 races onto to the 2020 F1 calendar is proving so hard.
Germany has held more world championship rounds than any country bar Italy. So why won’t F1 race at the home of Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes in 2020?
Formula 1 teams expect the sport will not repeat last year’s triple-header of races in 2020 even if the schedule expands to 22 races.
Formula 1 drivers have criticised a plan to reduce the amount of pre-season testing in 2020, as provisional dates indicate just six days of running are planned.