Formula F1 2020 Racing: Difficult to reschedule

(Formula 1 racing 2020 news – F1 racing news) Along with the decision to postpone/cancel the Australian GP 2020 opening race, the parties operating the world’s most attractive 4-wheel drive race also had debates about the Next direction in this 2020 season.

Many plans have been put in place to “save” the races that have been (and are about to) be postponed/canceled and choose to reorganize in the second half of this year.

The tournament would only be expected to return as early as the end of May

Last week, the Formula 1 F1 racing home page announced that the tournament would only be expected to return as early as the end of May, ie at the “most luxurious” stage – Monaco GP. However, the latest information said that the season will start from the beginning of June with the race in Baku, Azerbaijan. F1 and FIA are facing a great challenge in arranging a new race schedule in an attempt to cram the already (delayed) races at an appropriate time in the following months.

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Baku will probably be the opening stage in 2020
Baku will probably be the opening stage in 2020

For Chase Carey, CEO of Liberty Media, his motivation was very clear that he did not want to drop any events this year. Each race organizer will have to pay an organization fee of about US $ 25-30 million for the races in Europe, while the race in other continents will cost more. But there are also events with severe financial crises, so it is not too longing to be held at another time.

The plan to start the season at Baku on June 7 was proposed during an emergency meeting on Thursday night in Melbourne as team leaders and Mr. Ross Brawn discussed the increasingly complex emergency.

After canceling events in Australia, Bahrain and Vietnam, all taking into account the previous stages, if the disease situation is going well, Formula 1 F1 racing 2020 can start with a doubleheader (two consecutive routes). Baku and Montreal, Canada. That means the Netherlands, Spain and Monaco joining the “waiting list” along with the first 4 non-European routes have been canceled so far.

Team members must prepare for a different schedule this year
Team members must prepare for a different schedule this year

The earliest time to schedule one of the delayed/canceled races to the most likely schedule is on the annual August summer vacation, with 3 weeks of vacancy and 2 weeks of closing factory operations. required by FIA standards.

So there will be at least one race in this time frame, and it is likely to be a race in Europe. This is when the “old continent” stages take place with Hungary being the venue for the end of July and Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium) is where the start of the later stage of the season is.

Losing an empty weekend will also have many shortcomings for members of the racing team. Hundreds of F1-related workers may have booked their family vacations for their only spare time in August.

Besides, the racing teams, FIA broadcast stations, and media have to face changes in the future. However, with the current complicated situation, all may have to adapt to temporary changes and be ready for a new schedule.

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Zandvoort will have at least 3 more months to prepare to return
Zandvoort will have at least 3 more months to prepare to return

Monte Carlo will also not want to organize in the peak tourist season of the year

Monaco may be the most prestigious race of the year, but it does not pay for annual entries on the Formula 1 F1 racing 2020 schedule. So Mr. Chase Casey will head to a city that will bring him huge sums of money to fill the vacant valuable vacancy.

Zandvoort, the Netherlands is the only candidate left for the August plan, is also the event that Carey will find ways to retain this season. The most reasonable time would be August 9, doubleheader with Hungary a week earlier; or another option on 23 August, but will make the racing schedule busier by forming a tripleheader (3 consecutive stages) with Belgium and Italy.

August is the time for the Dutch people to benefit from the “ favorable weather and favorable conditions ” because this is the time the Dutch GP leg takes place in the past and the weather will be more ideal than in early May. More importantly, it gives Zandvoort 3 more months to get ready for the first race again. 

Formula 1 F1 racing 2020 hopes to return to Hanoi by the end of November
Formula 1 F1 racing 2020 hopes to return to Hanoi by the end of November

Other races outside Europe will probably need to be in a position at the end of the season to be more geographically relevant and more convenient for teams. Of the four cases of Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam and China, Vietnam is the name that Carey wants to keep most because like Zandvoort, we are a “bargain” for Liberty Media. 

However, both Hanoi and Albert Park (Australia) have many disadvantages against Bahrain or Shanghai because they have separate racetracks, instead of street racing.

Abu Dhabi is currently the curtain-closing stage of the season and is set for November 29. They spend a lot of money to get the privilege of being the last race of the season, so their race schedule may be pushed back to December to make room for other offset races.

According to the scheduled draft, Abu Dhabi will be held 2 weeks later, December 13. And there will be at least 2 stages to be put into the newly created “gap”, one of which will undoubtedly be Vietnam.

FIA and Formula 1 F1 racing 2020 are trying their best so that by 2020 there will be 18-19 races instead of 22 races as expected. All arrangements will be carefully considered in order to provide a harmonious, reasonable and satisfactory schedule for all parties and fans. Most importantly, however, we need to expect the COVID-19 epidemic to be soon defeated and pushed back so that events can take place as expected in fan expectations.
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