A new F1 calendar has just released, which would start with the Austrian GP from July 3-5., which would start with the Austrian GP from July 3-5. After that start, in September, October and November the ‘Grand Circus’ would travel to Eurasia, Asia and America, and then will put the finishing touch of the season in December in the Persian Gulf, specifically in the GPs of Bahrain and Abu Dhabi.
According to the organizers plan, the championship would be made up of about 15-18, whose rounds are yet to be determined.
This new F1 calendar was announced by Chase Carey, CEO at Liberty Media, the company that owns the competition, through a published letter with which he wanted to reassure the protagonists of the competition, among others, the teams.
As the letter appoints, the first races would probably be held without an audience in the stands to avoid possible contagions among the followers, waiting for an improvement in the health situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
However, before the engines start, the Grand Circus must obtain the approval of the countries that could host sporting events, subject to rigorous protocols regarding the disease.
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