Formulation One races in Azerbaijan, Singapore and Japan have been canceled on Friday due to points arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
The game’s governing physique mentioned it nonetheless hopes to ship as much as 18 races within the rearranged 2020 season, with the primary eight already confirmed beginning with a double-header in Austria in early July.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was attributable to be rescheduled after the postponement of its authentic race date on June 7, whereas the Singapore Grand Prix was scheduled for Sept. 20.
Each use road circuits, and the FIA mentioned the lengthy lead instances required to assemble them “made internet hosting the occasions throughout a interval of uncertainty inconceivable.”
The Japanese Grand Prix, scheduled for Oct. 11, was canceled due to ongoing journey restrictions in the course of the pandemic.
“We’re assured in our plans to have between 15-18 races by the point our season concludes in Abu Dhabi in mid-December,” the FIA mentioned, including that it expects to publish the finalized calendar earlier than the season-opening race in Austria on July 5.
The Crimson Bull Ring in Spielberg additionally will host a race on July 12. The following race shall be in Hungary on July 19, adopted by consecutive races on the British GP in Silverstone on Aug. 2 and 9 after the British authorities exempted elite sports activities from its present quarantine on international guests.
Additional races are scheduled for Spain on Aug. 16 and Belgium on Aug. 30, with Italy finishing the European swing on Sept. 6.
No spectators shall be allowed to attend the opening eight races.