Formula 1 will have a record number of races on the calendar next year with two new races in Vietnam and the Netherlands while Germany is absent from the provisional 2020 calendar.
After British GP, Mexican GP and Spanish GP secured their places in the 2020 F1 calendar, Formula 1 has reached the number of 22 races without Germany, which seems to fall out of plans for next year.
The season will start with a race in Australia on March 15 and end in Abu Dhabi on November 29, and unlike 2018, there will be no triple headers.
But we will have seven back-to-back races to accommodate as many as 22 races in the same period as last year.
Formula One returns to the Netherlands, for the first time since 1985, on the narrow Zandvoort circuit, with a race date scheduled for early May.
For the first time in F1 history, Vietnam will host a race on a street track in their capital city Hanoi, one month before the race in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has hosted 30 F1 races, holding 15th place on all-time list, with only seven races held 50 or more times.
The calendar will be officially confirmed on October 4th at a meeting of the FIA’s World Motorsport Council.
PROVISIONAL 2020 F1 CALENDAR
|10||28 Jun||France||Le Castellet|
|12||19 Jul||Great Britain||Silverstone|
|14||30 Aug||Belgium||Spa Francorchamps|
|20||01 Nov||Mexico||Mexico City|
|21||15 Nov||Brazil||Sao Paulo|
|22||29 Nov||Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina|
*Soon to be confirmed