2020 F1 Races – Scheduled, Cancelled or Postponed

Due to the coronavirus this page shows the schedule and current status of the F1 racing calendar 2020.

It is based on official statements from F1, Event Organisers and the FIA.

LATEST: Azerbaijan GP Postponed (announced on 23/03/20)
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This list does not take into account speculation/articles in newspapers unless it is confirmed by the official source of information above.
Dates given = race day (Sunday).
It was last updated 23/03/2020 at 11.30 GMT

Date Race Status
15th MarchAustraliaCancelled*
22nd MarchBahrainPostponed**
5th AprilVietnamPostponed**
19th AprilChinaCancelled
19th March – 13th April SUMMER SHUTDOWN MOVED AMENDMENT†
3rd MayNetherlandsPostponed**
10th MaySpain Postponed**
24th MayMonaco Cancelled
7th JuneAzerbaijanPostponed**
14th JuneCanadaGoing Ahead
28th JuneFranceGoing Ahead
5th JulyAustriaGoing Ahead
19th JulyGreat BritainGoing Ahead
2nd AugustHungaryGoing Ahead
3rd August to 23rd AugustSUMMER SHUTDOWNMOVED TO MARCH
30th AugustBelgiumGoing Ahead
6th SeptemberItalyGoing Ahead
20th SeptemberSingaporeGoing Ahead
27th SeptemberRussiaGoing Ahead
11th OctoberJapanGoing Ahead
25th OctoberUnited States of AmericaGoing Ahead
1st NovemberMexicoGoing Ahead
15th NovemberBrazilGoing Ahead
29th NovemberAbu DhabiGoing Ahead

*Although Australia was cancelled, the organisers say they are looking at rescheduling. F1 / FIA have yet to confirm this is possible.

**Technically announced as Postponed, rather than outright cancelled. This means there could be new dates issued for these races to go ahead. Possibly using the weeks originally planned for the Summer Break.

† FIA Announced on 18th March: “In light of the global impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus currently affecting the organisation of FIA Formula One World Championship events, the World Motor Sport Council has approved a change to the 2020 FIA Formula 1 Sporting Regulations, moving the summer shutdown period from July and August to March and April and extending it from 14 to 21 days. All competitors must therefore observe a shutdown period of 21 consecutive days during the months of March and/or April.

The change was supported unanimously by both the F1 Strategy Group and F1 Commission.”


Rules state a minimum of 8 races must go ahead in a season to class it as a World Championship. There are currently 19 races still scheduled to go ahead in the dates originally set out.

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