Check the restart dates for F1, MotoGP, Rally WRC, Superbikes and other motosports events.


The 2020 IndyCar season was supposed to begin in march ago on the streets of St Petersburg. Instead that race will now conclude the compressed calendar.
All the drivers and teams will have a significant new addition of this year. The series will run the new Aeroscreen at all events, enhancing the head protection offered to the drivers. As well as altering the car’s centre of aerodynamic pressure, affecting the handling and tyre wear, testing has shown its affects the cars’ slipstream as well, which will be particularly significant for all oval races this year.

Updated Indycar Schedule

The updated IndyCar schedule for 2020 features 14 races, and it will end where it was originally set to begin, on the streets of St. Petersburg, Fla.
25 Feb - 27 Feb St. Pete
18 Mar - 20 Mar Texas
8 Apr - 10 Apr Long Beach
29 Apr - 1 May Birmingham
12 May - 14 May Grand Prix of Indianapolis
27 May - 29 May Indy 500
3 Jun - 5 Jun Detroit
10 Jun - 12 Jun Road America
1 Jul - 3 Jul Mid-Ohio
15 Jul - 17 Jul Toronto
21 Jul - 23 Jul Iowa Race 1
22 Jul - 24 Jul Iowa Race 2
28 Jul - 30 Jul Grand Prix of Indianapolis Race 2
5 Aug - 7 Aug Nashville
18 Aug - 20 Aug Gateway
2 Sep - 4 Sep Portland
9 Sep - 11 Sep Laguna Seca

Which Indycar races have been cancelled?

  • Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama - April 5
  • Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach - April 16
  • AutoNation IndyCar Challenge at Circuit of the Americas - April 26
  • Detroit Grand Prix - May 30
  • Indy Richmond 300 - June 27
  • Honda Indy Toronto - July 12
  • Where to watch Indycar on TV


    The series has been on hold since the Australian Grand Prix was cancelled in March, with subsequent rounds in Tasmania, New Zealand and Perth all being postponed.
    There will be no change to championship standings after the season-opening Adelaide 500, with Scott McLaughlin retaining his 27-point lead over Jamie Whincup.

    Supercars 2020 Calendar

    Supercars decision to resume the championship at Sydney Motorsport Park was led largely by border restrictions, convenience, and proximity of television crews in New South Wales. The announcement of the return to racing at Sydney Motorsport Park on the last weekend in June, means there will be date changes for the Winton Super 400 and the Townsville 400, both of which were originally planned for next month.
    20 Feb - 23 Feb Adelaide
    12 Mar - 15 Mar Albert Park
    26 Jun - 28 Jun Sydney
    17 Jul - 19 Jul Winton
    15 Aug - 16 Aug Hidden Valley
    22 Aug - 23 Aug Hidden Valley II
    28 Aug - 30 Aug Townsville
    18 Sep - 20 Sep The Bend
    8 Oct - 11 Oct Bathurst
    30 Oct - 1 Nov Wanneroo
    20 Nov - 22 Nov Symmons Plains
    11 Dec - 13 Dec Sandown

    Where to watch Supercars on TV

    Australia: Fox Sports
    Bulgaria: MAX Sport 1
    China: Star Sports
    Denmark: TV3, Viasat
    Hong Kong: beIN Sports 2
    Indonesia: beIN Sports 2
    Malaysia: beIN Sports
    Netherlands: Ziggo
    New Zealand: Sky Sport
    Norway: Viasat
    Philippines: beIN Sports 2
    Poland: Motowizja
    Portugal: Sport TV 2
    Singapore: beIN Sports
    Sweden: Viasat

    Formula 1

    The Formula1 2020 season will start on 3rd July in Spielberg for practice and the Grand Prix gets underway on 5th July.
    Formula 1 has confirmed the first eight races of the 2020 F1 season, after months of calendar changes amidst the pandemic, including two British Grands Prix. At the moment, all will be held behind closed doors.

    Current Formula 1 Schedule

    25 Mar - 28 Mar Bahrain International Circuit
    8 Apr - 11 Apr Shanghai International Circuit
    6 May - 9 May Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
    20 May - 23 May Monte Carlo
    3 Jun - 6 Jun Baku City Circuit
    10 Jun - 13 Jun Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
    24 Jun - 27 Jun Circuit Paul Ricard
    1 Jul - 4 Jul Red Bull Ring
    15 Jul - 18 Jul Silverstone
    29 Jul - 1 Aug Hungaroring
    26 Aug - 29 Aug Spa-Francorchamps
    2 Sep - 5 Sep Zandvoort
    9 Sep - 12 Sep Autodromo Nazionale Monza
    23 Sep - 26 Sep Sochi Autodrom
    30 Sep - 3 Oct Marina Bay Street Circuit
    7 Oct - 10 Oct Suzuka
    21 Oct - 24 Oct Circuit of the Americas
    28 Oct - 31 Oct Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
    11 Nov - 14 Nov Brazilian GP
    25 Nov - 28 Nov Jeddah Street Circuit
    2 Dec - 5 Dec Yas Marina Circuit

    Which F1 races have been cancelled?

    The list of cancelled F1 races in 2020:
  • Australian Grand Prix – 15th March
  • Bahrain Grand Prix – 22nd March
  • Vietnam Grand Prix – 5th April
  • Chinese Grand Prix – 19th April
  • Dutch Grand Prix – 3rd May
  • Spanish Grand Prix – 10th May
  • Monaco Grand Prix – 24th May
  • Azerbaijan Grand Prix – 7th June
  • Canadian Grand Prix – 14th June
  • French Grand Prix – 28th June
  • Singapore Grand Prix – 20th September
  • Japanese Grand Prix – 11th October
  • A further seven races have had to be postponed in Bahrain, Vietnam, China, the Netherlands, Spain, Azerbaijan and Canada. There has been no news as to when the postponed races could be held as of yet.
    It is possible that Mugello track could host a second Italian F1 race later this year, a week after the event at Monza.

    Where to watch Formula 1 on TV

    United Kingdom: Sky Sport
    Australia: Kayo Sports, Fox Sports
    Austria: ServusTV Österreich
    Belgium: RTBF Auvio Direct
    Canada: TSN
    China: Star Sports
    Denmark: TV3, Viasat
    Finland: MTV3, C More Sport
    Germany: Sky Sport
    Greece: Cosmote Sport
    India: Star Sports
    Italy: Sky Sport
    Malta: TSN 1
    Netherlands: Ziggo
    Norway: Viasat
    Portugal: Eleven Sports
    Russia: Match TV, Match!
    Spain: DAZN España, DAZN F1
    Sweden: TV10, Viasat
    Switzerland: RSI La, SRF, Sky Sport
    Ukraine: Setanta Sports

    Formula 2

    Formula 2 was planned to start 2020 campaign at Sakhir, Bahrain on 20-22 March, but was put on hold due to the global pandemic.

    Current Formula 2 racing Calendar

    The revised 2020 opening calendar will comprise 8 rounds, starting from 03-05 July at Spielberg, Austria. It will include holding two consecutive events at the same circuit one week apart - Spielberg and Silverstone.
    3 Jul - 5 Jul Spielberg
    10 Jul - 12 Jul Spielberg II
    17 Jul - 19 Jul Hungaroring
    31 Jul - 2 Aug Silverstone
    7 Aug - 9 Aug Silverstone II
    14 Aug - 16 Aug Barcelona
    28 Aug - 30 Aug Spa-Francorchamps
    4 Sep - 6 Sep Monza
    The second part of Formula 2 calendar will be announced soon as possible.

    Where you can watch Formula 2 live on TV

    United Kingdom: Sky Sport
    Australia: Fox Sports
    Austria: ORF
    Canada: TSN
    Czech Republic: Sport
    Denmark: TV3
    Finland: C More Sport
    France: Canal+
    Greece: Cosmote Sport
    Israel: Sport 5
    Italy: Sky Sport
    Malta: TSN 1
    Mexico: FOX Sports
    Netherlands: Ziggo
    Norway: Viasat
    Poland: Polsat Sport Extra
    Portugal: Eleven Sports
    Romania: Digi Sport
    Russia: Match!
    Serbia: Sportklub
    Spain: Movistar Formula 1
    Sweden: Viasat

    Moto GP

    MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports announced a revised calendar for the 2020 season featuring 13 rounds in Europe, with four overseas races to be confirmed at the end of July. The action will resume July 15 at Jerez for a day of testing, before a full-tilt calendar.

    Moto GP, Moto 2 and Moto 3 racing schedule

    Five circuits will host double-headers and there will be a total of seven races in Spain as part of the revised schedule which was originally due to start on March 8.
    17 Jul - 19 Jul Spanish GP
    24 Jul - 26 Jul Andalusian GP
    6 Aug - 9 Aug Czech GP
    14 Aug - 16 Aug Austrian GP I
    20 Aug - 23 Aug Austrian GP II
    10 Sep - 13 Sep San Marino GP
    17 Sep - 20 Sep Misano GP
    25 Sep - 27 Sep Catalunian GP
    9 Oct - 11 Oct Le Mans GP
    15 Oct - 18 Oct Japanese GP
    15 Oct - 18 Oct Aragon GP
    23 Oct - 25 Oct Aragon GP II
    29 Oct - 1 Nov Malaysian GP
    13 Nov - 15 Nov American GP
    20 Nov - 22 Nov Argentinian GP
    27 Nov - 29 Nov Valencia GP

    The total number of races could increase to 17 with four outside Europe between end of November and December. The decision regarding the remaining four fly-away races, the United States, Argentina, Thailand, and Malaysian Grands Prix, will be made only at the end of July. Their confirmation is pending to the possibility of opening the doors to the spectators.
    Eight Grand Prix have been cancelled including the Qatar, Dutch, German, Finnish, British, Australian, Japanese and Italian races.

    Where to watch Moto GP races on TV

    USA: NBCS Network
    Australia: Fox Sports, 10 BOLD, Kayo Sports
    Austria: DAZN, ServusTV Österreich
    Belgium: RTBF Auvio Direct, La Deux
    Bulgaria: MAX Sport 1
    China: Star Sports
    Czech Republic: Nova SPORT 1
    Denmark: TV3, Viasat
    Estonia: TV3 Sport
    Finland: C More Sport
    France: C8, Canal+, RTS Deux, La Deux
    Germany: DAZN, ServusTV Deutschland
    Hungary: Arena4
    Israel: Sport 5
    Italy: Sky Sport, DAZN Italia
    Latvia: TV3 Sport, TV3 Sport 3
    Lithuania: TV3 Sport, TV3 Sport 3
    New Zealand: Sky Sport
    Norway: Viasat
    Poland: Polsat Sport News, Polsat Sport Extra
    Portugal: Sport TV 1, Sport TV +
    Romania: Digi Sport
    Slovenia: Kanal A
    Spain: DAZN España
    Sweden: Viasat
    Switzerland: DAZN Schweiz, RSI La, SRF, RTS Deux
    Turkey: S Sport


    The 2020 season will be back on track with the confirmation of a return to racing in August and more rounds being approved.

    Proposed 2020 Superbike Calendar

    A proposal was made to the Spanish government to host the Spanish Round of the Championship at the Circuito de Jerez on 2nd August and the season will thus start there.
    28 Feb - 1 Mar Phillip Island
    31 Jul - 2 Aug Jerez
    7 Aug - 9 Aug Algarve
    28 Aug - 30 Aug Aragon
    4 Sep - 6 Sep Teruel
    18 Sep - 20 Sep Barcelona
    2 Oct - 4 Oct Magny-Cours
    9 Oct - 11 Oct Villicum
    6 Nov - 8 Nov Misano


    British Touring Car Championship have announced some calendar changes to the 2020 season ahead of the planned resumption of action in August.

    BTCC 2020 racing Calendar

    The Indy circuit will host the season finale for the first time since 2010.
    1 Aug - 2 Aug Donington Park
    7 Aug - 9 Aug Brands Hatch Indy
    21 Aug - 23 Aug Oulton Park
    28 Aug - 30 Aug Knockhill
    18 Sep - 20 Sep Thruxton
    25 Sep - 27 Sep Silverstone National
    9 Oct - 11 Oct Croft
    23 Oct - 25 Oct Snetterton
    13 Nov - 15 Nov Brands Hatch GP
    All venues that featured on the intended calendar for 2020 have been retained. The only round to drop off is the intended inaugural BTCC visit to the Silverstone International Circuit, which was scheduled for September.

    Tehnical changes for 2020 season

    BTCC has elected to drop the usage of multiple tyre compounds on a race weekend for the entire 2020 season following a recent meeting with all of the competing teams.
    As a result, the medium Goodyear tyre will be the only option at each event aside from Thruxton – where the hard tyre will continue to be exclusively used.

    Formula E

    Formula E has announced that it will complete its 2019/20 season with six behind-closed-door races taking place across just nine days in Berlin from August 5th til August 13th.
    Safety measures being implemented for its return will see only essential staff and drivers travel to the event, while coronavirus testing will be carried out prior to the races in addition to on-site screening every day upon arrival at the track.
    Formula E completed five races before its sixth season was put on hold in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Formula E revised Calendar in Berlin

    The announcement of the revised calendar also confirms a delay for the inaugural Seoul E-Prix. It is believed that talks about a race in South Korea - which would pay a host fee - had continued owing to the nation’s rapid response to pandemic.
    22 Nov Ad Diriyah eprix I
    23 Nov Ad Diriyah eprix II
    18 Jan Santiago ePrix
    15 Feb Mexico City ePrix
    29 Feb Marrakesh ePrix
    5 Aug Berlin I
    6 Aug Berlin II
    8 Aug Berlin III
    9 Aug Berlin IV
    12 Aug Berlin V
    13 Aug Berlin VI

    British Superbikes

    The British Superbikes season finally gets underway at Donington Park. It will be hosting the first round of the Championship over the 7th – 9th August weekend.
    An official test will take place prior to the opening round at Donington on July 28th.

    British Superbikes 2020 Calendar

    15 Apr - 17 Apr Silverstone
    30 Apr - 2 May Oulton Park
    20 May - 22 May Donington Park
    17 Jun - 19 Jun Knockhill
    22 Jul - 24 Jul Brands Hatch
    12 Aug - 14 Aug Thruxton
    27 Aug - 29 Aug Cadwell-park
    9 Sep - 11 Sep Snetterton 300
    23 Sep - 25 Sep Oulton Park 2
    30 Sep - 2 Oct Donington Park
    14 Oct - 16 Oct Brands Hatch

    The penultimate event will take place at Donington Park (Grand Prix) on its original date of 2-4 October with the traditional season finale to decide the champion two weeks later on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit, maintaining the weekend of 16-18 October.
    Missing circuits this year sadly include Assen, Cadwell Park, Thruxton and Knockhill.

    World Rallycross

    World Rallycross plans to get underway in Sweden end of August, with the new Kouvola date set for just a week after the Swedish round. They have first hosted a European Rallycross Championship round in 2010.

    World Rallycross revised 2020 schedule

    21 Aug - 23 Aug Holjesbanan
    4 Sep - 6 Sep Bretagne World RX
    18 Sep - 20 Sep Bikernieki
    2 Oct - 4 Oct Spa
    30 Oct - 31 Oct Abu Dhabi
    13 Nov - 15 Nov Killarney


    WTCR FIA World Touring Car Cup will start 2020 season in Austria later on September 12 with two races.
    Series promoter Eurosport Events has announced the launch of the a WTCR Trophy.
    The new trophy will be open to drivers who are racing without the financial support of a customer racing department, with the promoter having the final say on which drivers will be eligible.

    WTCR 2020 Calendar

    Events in Austria and Germany will host two races, all other circuit will host three races. So season 2020 should end with 16 races.
    11 Sep - 13 Sep Salzburgring
    24 Sep - 26 Sep Nurburgring
    9 Oct - 11 Oct Slovakia
    16 Oct - 18 Oct Hungaroring
    30 Oct - 1 Nov Aragon
    13 Nov - 15 Nov Adria

    Rally WRC

    Estonia will host the FIA World Rally Championship for the first time in September when the 2020 series restarts following an enforced break due to the pandemic.
    Estonia joins the fixture list after running as a WRC Promotional Event in 2019. The country will become the 33rd nation to stage a championship round since the series started in 1973.
    WRC successfully completed the first three rounds in Monte-Carlo, Sweden and Mexico before Coronavirus put the brakes on the series. Six-time champion Sébastien Ogier leads the drivers’ standings with his Toyota Gazoo Racing squad topping the manufacturers’ points.

    Rally WRC 2020 revised Calendar

    All remaining events are eligible for competitors in the WRC 2 and WRC 3 support categories. Future dates for the FIA Junior WRC Championship will be announced separately.
    22 Jan - 26 Jan Rally Monte Carlo
    13 Feb - 16 Feb Rally Sweden
    12 Mar - 15 Mar Rally Mexico
    4 Sep - 6 Sep Rally Estonia
    24 Sep - 27 Sep Rally Turkey
    15 Oct - 18 Oct Rally Germany
    29 Oct - 1 Nov Rally Italia Sardegna
    19 Nov - 22 Nov Rally Japan