Formula 1 have officially confirmed the dates for the first eight races of its 30th edition this summer.
They will all be held in Europe, with the first two rounds taking place in Austria between July 3 and 5 and then July 10 and 12 respectively.
The tournament will continue a week later in Hungary, before moving to England for round four between July 31 and August 2 and then round five between August 7 and 9.
Catalonia will host the next round between August 14 and 16, with the following race taking place in Belgium between August 28 and 30, and the eighth round being held in Italy between September 4 and 6.
Formula 1 had previously announced that they will take all the measures needed against the coronavirus pandemic.
All the teams’ members will be tested regularly and there will be no fans in the stands.
There will only be trips made by charter flights and everyone will intend to maintain social distancing at all times.
It remains to be seen whether the organisers will be able to find a way to bring the next rounds of the tournament outside Europe, given the difficulties presented by the coronavirus crisis.