When is the next F1 Grand Prix in Australia?

When is the next F1 Grand Prix in Australia?

This was intended to commence in 2021, but with time ticking for the required approvals to be granted and the window becoming too small, it has been decided to keep the grand prix at Interlagos. The provisional calendar will be unveiled in full on Tuesday, starting in Australia on 21 March and concluding in Abu Dhabi on 5 December.

Why is there no F1 race in Vietnam?

It is not thought to be related to the COVID-19 pandemic given the relatively low infection levels in Vietnam compared to other countries where F1 will be racing. The absence of Vietnam will leave a gap in the provisional calendar between the Chinese Grand Prix on 11 April and the Spanish Grand Prix on 9 May, and drops the calendar to 22 races.

Which is the new F1 race in 2020?

The only new race in the schedule compared to 2020 will be the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, which will take place in Jeddah as a night race on 28 November. An F1 spokesperson told Autosport: “Our calendar will be announced tomorrow and we are not going to give a running commentary before its publication.

Why was the F1 Grand Prix moved to Rio?

F1 had signed an agreement with promoters to move the race to Rio de Janeiro, on the condition they received government approval to build a new circuit on the outskirts of the city.

Why are the first seven races of the F1 season cancelled?

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When is next F1 Grand Prix going to be held?

Formula 1 confirmed today that the 2020 season will begin in Austria next month. With the first 10 races were cancelled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus and the FIA have been working to put a plan together.

Why was the Chinese F1 Grand Prix cancelled?

The Australian Grand Prix was cancelled after McLaren went into self-isolation and Lewis Hamilton complained about the race going ahead. While the Chinese Grand Prix was postponed in mid-February with the Shanghai circuit located just 500 miles from Wuhan – where the coronavirus outbreak began.

What to do if your F1 ticket has been cancelled?

If you bought tickets for races that have been postponed or cancelled through F1Tickets.com, F1 Paddock Club and F1 Experiences, F1 is currently working with each race promoter on the transfer and refund options available to you. We are working at speed to finalise those options and will be in contact with you.