Formula 1 announced races in Turkey, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi

With these confirmations, the 2020 Maximum Championship has so far 17 dates.

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Liberty Media, responsible for the organization of the World Cup F1, ad four new races for the tournament 2020 of the highest category. In this way, this calendar has so far 17 of the 18 Grand Prix that the company proposed to have for this unique season marks the pandemic.

Among the quartet of new tests, the return of the Turkish GP, to be held on November 15. The Turkish date will be followed two presentations in Bahrain, the first on November 29 and the rest on December 6. While the date is also confirmed Abu Dhabi GP for December 13.

"Unfortunately we will not be racing in China this season and we want to thank our partner Juss Sports for their support and commitment over the past few months and we are looking forward to returning to Shanghai next year.", they assured from the category.

F1Although until now the races have been held without an audience, from the category they explained that they are working so that "Several races of the season are open to a limited number of fans". In that sense, he highlighted: "Our priority continues to be the safety of Formula 1 members and the communities we visit, and we review fan access on this basis."

“We are proud to announce that Turkey, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi will be part of our 2020 season. This year has presented Formula 1 and the world with an unprecedented challenge and we want to pay tribute to everyone in F.1, the FIA, the teams and our partners who have made it possible "Said Chase carey, President and CEO of Formula 1.

"While we are all disappointed that we were not able to return to some of our planned races this year, we are confident that our season has started well and we will continue to provide plenty of excitement with traditional as well as new races that will entertain everyone.", Anadio.

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