F1 2020: Driver line-up, testing schedule, calendar

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All the essential information you need about the 2020 Formula 1 season in one place.

2020 Formula 1 testing dates

Dates

Venue

19-21 February

Spain

Barcelona

26-28 February

Spain

Barcelona

TBA (3 days post-season)

United Arab Emirates

Yas Marina

2020 Formula 1 calendar

Date

Grand Prix

Venue

15th March

Australia

Australia

Melbourne

22nd March

Bahrain

Bahrain

Sakhir

5th April

Vietnam

 Vietnam

Hanoi

19th April

China

China

Shanghai

3rd May

Netherlands

Netherlands

Zandvoort

10th May

Spain

Spain

Barcelona

24th May

Monaco

Monaco

Monaco

7th June

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan

Baku

14th June

Canada

Canada

Montreal

28th June

France

France

Paul Ricard

5th July

Austria

Austria

Red Bull Ring

19th July

United Kingdom

Great Britain

Silverstone

2nd August

Hungary

Hungary

Hungaroring

30th August

Belgium

Belgium

Spa-Francorchamps

6th September

Italy

Italy

Monza

20th September

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore

27th September

Russian Federation

Russia

Sochi

11th October

Japan

Japan

Suzuka

25th October

United States

USA

Austin

1st November

Mexico

Mexico

Mexico City

15th November

Brazil

Brazil

Interlagos

29th November

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina

What's new

  • The Vietnam Grand Prix will be hosted for the first time ever, on a Hermann Tilke-designed temporary street circuit in the nation's capital of Hanoi
  • The Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort will return to the calendar after a 35-year-absence
  • The German Grand Prix, intermittently held at Hockenheim over the last five years, will not take place
  • Pre-season testing has been reduced from eight days to six, and in-season testing has been axed

  • 2020 Formula 1 roster:

    Driver

    Team

    Engine

    Lewis Hamilton

    Mercedes

    Mercedes

    Valtteri Bottas

    Mercedes

    Mercedes

    Sebastian Vettel

    Ferrari

    Ferrari

    Charles Leclerc

    Ferrari

    Ferrari

    Thailand

    Alexander Albon

    Red Bull

    Honda

    Max Verstappen

    Red Bull

    Honda

    Daniel Ricciardo

    Renault

    Renault

    Esteban Ocon

    Renault

    Renault

    Romain Grosjean

    Haas

    Ferrari

    Kevin Magnussen

    Haas

    Ferrari

    Carlos Sainz

    McLaren

    Renault

    Lando Norris

    McLaren

    Renault

    Sergio Perez

    Racing Point

    Mercedes

    Lance Stroll

    Racing Point

    Mercedes

    Kimi Raikkonen

    Alfa Romeo

    Ferrari

    Antonio Giovinazzi

    Alfa Romeo

    Ferrari

    Daniil Kvyat

    Alpha Tauri

    Honda

    Pierre Gasly

    Alpha Tauri

    Honda

    George Russell

    Williams

    Mercedes

    Nicholas Latifi

    Williams

    Mercedes

    What's new

  • Esteban Ocon will return to full-time Formula 1 racing with Renault, replacing Nico Hulkenberg, who drops off the grid
  • Robert Kubica will vacate his seat at Williams, being replaced by Nicholas Latifi
  • Alexander Albon is due to contest his first full season for Red Bull, having replaced Pierre Gasly mid-season in 2019
  • Red Bull's junior outfit Scuderia Toro Rosso team will be renamed Alpha Tauri
  • McLaren will contest its final season as a Renault engine customer ahead of a 2021 switch to Mercedes power

  • More 2020 f1 developments: