- F1 will race at Mugello for the very first time on September 13
- The race at Mugello will also be Ferrari’s 1000th F1 race
- Russian GP will be open to spectators
Formula 1 has added two more races to its 2020 calendar, confirming rounds at Italy’s Mugello Circuit and Russia’s Sochi Autodrom. The first-ever F1 race at Mugello will be held on September 13, while the Russian GP will retain its originally scheduled date of September 27.
This takes the total number of races for this season up to 10, but more events will be announced in the coming weeks. As reported earlier, F1 is expecting to host a total of 15-18 races and is looking to wrap up the 2020 season in Abu Dhabi in December 2020.
Here’s what the updated calendar looks like:
|2020 F1 calender|
|Round 1||Formula 1 Rolex Grosser Preis von Osterreich||The Red Bull Ring, Austria||July 3-5|