No substitute for Japan: There are still 22 Formula 1 races


It was also announced that the Grand Prix of Mexico and Brazil will be postponed.

No substitute for Japan: 22 Formula 1 races remain

There is no replacement for the canceled Formula 1 race in Japan this year. According to information from Saturday, the record calendar has shrunk from 23 to 22 races – still a record number.

It was also announced that the Grand Prix of Mexico and Brazil will be postponed. Despite the difficult corona situation in these countries, the events will be held. They are scheduled to take place on November 7th and 14th.

Also in Turkey is to be driven on October 10th. It is unclear where Formula 1 will stop on November 21st. As reported by several specialist media, the Losail International Circuit in Qatar is to step in for the canceled Australian Grand Prix. But this was not announced.

In Qatar it would probably only be possible to drive if the Grand Prix takes place a week later. The last two races of the season in Saudi Arabia (December 5th) and Abu Dhabi (12th) are already planned. In 2019 and 2018, 21 Grand Prix were driven each time.

This Sunday in Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium the twelfth World Championship race is on the program, which means that the last race on August 1st in Budapest was exactly the half-time of the season.

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