The German newspaper Bild states that there is no place left on the calendar for Zandvoort.
The new 2020 Formula 1 calendar keeps the whole sports world busy, especially now that Chase Carey has given a guideline for the calendar with his statement. However, Bild claims that it has the first details about the new calendar and can therefore provide new information about the calendar to be formed.
There’s a few things that stand out on Bild’s calendar. For example, just as the BBC reported on Monday, there are two races in Austria and England, but there is also a Double Header in Hungary. In this way, Formula 1 wants to stop as many races as possible in a short time without having to travel a lot. The complete calendar then counts seventeen races.
The most important absentees are Spa-Francorchamps, Monza and unfortunately also Zandvoort. Belgium can’t organize the GP because of the rules in the country, Italy still has to recover from the big impact the coronavirus has had and a race in Zandvoort wouldn’t be profitable without fans, according to the German newspaper.
The calendar is as follows:
5 & 12 July: Austrian Grand Prix
July 26th & August 2nd: Grand Prix of Great Britain
August 16 and 18: Grand Prix of Hungary
6 September: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
20 September: Singapore Grand Prix
September 27th: Grand Prix of Russia
October 4: Grand Prix of China
October 11th: Grand Prix of Japan
October 25th: Grand Prix of America
November 1: Grand Prix of Mexico
November 8th: Grand Prix of Brazil
22 November: Vietnam Grand Prix
December 6: Grand Prix of Bahrain
13 December: Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi