The 2020 F1 calendar was originally scheduled to feature 22 races. But pandemic caused many races to be cancelled or rescheduled, and some new events were added.

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Coronavirus pandemic badly disrupted motosport and Formula 1, but a few good things might emerge from it.
Since there has been cancellation for all-most all non Europe races, some exiting replacement has been found.

Mugello, Italy

Formula 1 will host race in Mugello for the first time in their history.
Track is located in Tuscany, 35 kilometres from it's capital of Florence.
Race track was build in 1914 and rebuild many times through the years. At start it was road circuit and in the 1968 it was rebuild to track circuit. Ferrari bought the circuit in 1988, and it is used for F1 testing. It is one of the most scenic, modern and safe racing facilities in the world. For last years it mostly host Italian national races and Moto GP world series.
It is more than 5000 m long and it provides altitude change of 41 meters.

F1 appearance
Mugello wil host Formula 1 Tuscany GP from September 11 - 13.

Track info

Length: 5.245 km / 3.259 miles
Turns: 15
Race lap record: 1:34.316
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What is the best way to get to the Mugello race track?
The easiest and best way to get to the Mugello race track is by train + bus rather than by car, as the roads get quite congested.

Algarve, Portugal

The Algarve International Circuit, also known as the Portimao F1 Circuit, will make its Formula 1 debut with the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix. This will be the 4th Portuguese track to host an F1 Grand Prix, after Porto, Monsanto and Estoril.
Algarve has hosted many moto events like the GP2 Series, SBK (Superbike World Championship) and Le Mans series. And this year it wil also host MotoGP series.
The racing track is located near the town of Portimão. It has been opened in 2008. Ahead of F1 race, the circuit will be entirely resurfaced to remove bumps which had developed in recent years. The work is scheduled to take place at the end of August.

F1 appearance
The Heineken Portuguese Grand Prix will go ahead on October 23-25.

Track info

Length: 4.684 km / 2.911 miles
Turns: 16
Official website:

Imola, Italy

Imola is returning to the F1 calendar after last race in 2006. Race track was build in 1952, the first Formula 1 race was held decade later in 1963. It has hosted 27 Grands Prix up until 2006.
It is located in the Emilia-Romagna region, close to capital Bologna and also to the Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello.
The circuit is developing constantly in last few years. The museum opened in 2013 equipped with simulation machines , lot of memorabilia that tells the history of the circuit through its most famous champions.
The circuit specifics is also that runs counterclockwise, which means a more overload for the pilots and more physical effort during the race.

F1 appearance
The Emilia Romagna GP will go ahead on October 30 - November 1.

Track info

Length: 4.909 km / 3.050 miles
Turns: 21
Official website:

How to get to Imola circuit

By Car
Use Highway A14 – Imola exit
After leaving the toll booth, you will see the signs for the Circuit

By Train
Imola train station – 3 km from the Circuit entrance.

By Plane
Bologna Airport or Rimini Airport