The Covid-19 translation caused the Formula One (has call F1) race to have a major adjustment to the schedule of the 2020 season. Under this situation, the F1 racing car has made plans to organize the tournament as well as the budget problem for the race.
Scheduled changes F1 can be adjusted day by day, week by week
The French GP race at Paul Ricard racetrack was officially canceled after the parties had carefully considered all possibilities. However, the owners of Formula One made a speech with positive information if the situation goes better. It has mentioned the expected start date, as well as the end of the 2020 season, the total number of races, and racing routes from time to time.
CEO Chase Carey said: “We are now more confident that the progress of our plan will be able to start in the summer. We aim to open the season of F1 racing in Europe in July, extending to at the beginning of September, with the first race of Formula One held in Austria on the weekend of 03-05 July.”
“September, October, and November will be able to organize tracks in the Asia-Europe border region (Sochi and Baku), Asia and the Americas, and close the curtain in the Middle East in December with Bahrain and then Abu Dhabi, a total of 15-18 routes. We will announce the final of the F1 approved schedule as soon as possible.”
He continued: “We expect the first races of F1 will be held without an audience, but hopefully they will become part of the event again in the months to come. We still ought to locate a way to clear up the problem, handle many issues such as processes for Formula One racing teams, other partners to enter and work in the country where the event is held.”
“The health and safety of all participants continue to be a top priority and we will only proceed when we are fully confident that we have procedures in place to ensure and take into account all risks and The problem might be …”
Formula One (F1) racing will be updated day by day and week
The expected schedule changes of F1 in the near future may be adjusted day by day, week by week, depending on the situation in each country running the race. There are only two points that we will be most sure of at the moment, that is the beginning and the end of the Formula One season. Austria is ready to organize 2 races on 2 consecutive weekends, then it is likely that Silverstone, England, although there is no guarantee, they have confirmed organizing the race without an audience.
Bahrain will be the penultimate stage, then Abu Dhabi, because they have a contract to secure the position to close the F1 season. Both races will be able to take place in the first half of December. In addition, the middle positions are still being questioned because all work is still underway.
Australia, Monaco, and France are already canceled, Austria and England are likely to organize 2 races in this Formula One, so to reach the goal of 15-18 races, there will be at least 3 other destinations that cannot be organized the F1 racing tournament. This year’s event. Among others, some racetracks are not as flexible as others, such as Singapore because it is a street track, requiring more logistics (logistics) than other races and need standard time. longer.
Fixed racers can be flexible to organize of Formula One, but there are some limitations to external factors. For example, COTA, Austin, Texas will be busier because they also have a race at MotoGP that takes place 2 weeks after F1’s schedule (pushed back from the original calendar in April).