With disruption from the pandemic likely to continue into 2021, some of the new rounds which were added to this year’s calendar could return next year, along with other changes.
FIA president Jean Todt says he expects the 2021 F1 calendar will feature up to 22 races while the World Endurance Championship schedule will slim down to six.
The Chinese Grand Prix promoters and Formula 1 are expected to announced a new deal to continue the event until 2025.
F1 says its season will start in Austria in July and end in Abu Dhabi five months later. But how many races in how many places can it fit in between?
Pre-season testing for next year could be scrapped in order for the 2020 campaign to run until February, one month before the 2021 championship begins.
F1 plans to race through the summer and potentially into next year to get its 2020 season completed. But even if the plan comes off, they face major challenges and compromises.
Miami has obvious appeal but why has Formula 1 been so desperate to locate a race in the USA’s sixth-biggest city, asks Dieter Rencken.
Formula 1 has reached an “agreement in principle” to hold a round of the world championship in the City of Miami during 2021.
Despite official denials, Igora Drive looks ready to take over from Sochi Autodrom as the home of the Russian Grand Prix.
A new circuit running through the car parks around Hard Rock Stadium could be used for F1’s first Miami Grand Prix in 2021.
Daniil Kvyat says moving the Russian Grand Prix from Sochi Autodrom could help more fans attend the race, including those from Finland.
Sochi Autodrom is expected to hold the Russian Grand Prix for the final time next year, RaceFans has learned.
The Italian Grand Prix’s place on the 2020 F1 calendar has been confirmed following the official announcement of a new contract.
The Mexican Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar for at least the next three years, that championship has announced.
The Australian Grand Prix will remain at Melbourne until at least the end of 2025 after Formula 1 Management confirmed a two-year extension on its current deal.
The future of the British Grand Prix has been secured after a new deal was announced to ensure its appearance on the 2020 F1 calendar.
Formula 1 management has confirmed Spa will remain on the calendar for three more seasons, as RaceFans reported earlier this week.