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Overview: What do the 2020 calendars look like now?

Several championships have posted revised calendars in recent weeks while America’s leading single-seater series has already got its 2020 campaign up and running. MotorsportWeek.com glances over the revised schedule of events for the remainder of the year. Formula 1 Formula 1 has confirmed the opening eight races of a calendar that it hopes will stretch to 15 to 18 events. They are Austria (July 5/12), Hungary (July 19), Britain (August 2/9), Spain (August 16), Belgium (August 30) and Italy (September 6). Bahrain and Abu Dhabi will host the final rounds in late November and early-mid December. Rounds in Australia, The Netherlands, Monaco, Azerbaijan, France, Singapore and Japan have been...
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