Formula 1 2020 calendar – all races confirmed

Everything you need to know about how to watch the 2020 Formula 1 season including race calendar and TV details

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2020 Formula 1 race calendar

RadioTimes.com brings you the full 2020 Formula 1 season calendar below, including key dates, how to watch and more.

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  • Formula 1 calendar 2020

    Individual race previews to follow

    5th July – Austrian Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    19th July – British Grand Prix #1

    Watch live on Channel 4, Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    2nd August – British Grand Prix #2

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    30th August – Belgian Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    6th September – Italian Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    20th September – Singapore Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    27th September – Russian Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    11th October – Japanese Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    25th October – United States Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    1st November – Mexican Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    15th November – Brazilian Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    29th November – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

    Watch live on Sky Sports and NOW TV; Highlights on Channel 4

    Who won the 2019 Formula 1 season?

    Lewis Hamilton secured his sixth World Driver’s Championship title in 2019, taking him to within one more championship of Michael Schumacher’s legendary total of seven.

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    A Mercedes driver has now won the last six F1 seasons consecutively with Hamilton claiming five of them and Nico Rosberg’s triumph sandwiched in the middle.