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F1 Races are Back with New Schedule for European Events

Formula 1 Racing is back but behind closed doors, which means no fans will be around to spectate the resumption of the events that were cancelled last March. The new schedule for the European race events have been published, which readers can find below. .

The first to kick off was the Austrian Grand Prix or the Formula 1 Rolex Grosser Preis Von Österreich 2020, last July 03 – 05. Dutch racer Max Verstappen snatched a victory, by way of a finish that was initially deemed not conclusive. Nonetheless, Verstappen’s win was confirmed by the board after conducting a more than 3-hour inquiry.

SKY Sports F! Channel covered the Austrian races and will do so for all other racing events. Fans will be able to watch the practices and races on a pay per view basis via streaming services. In the U.S., access to the Sky Sports F1 broadcasts can be streamed vis ESPN and ESPN2. Actually watching the races live at home has never been better, now that bars and liquor stores are offering alcohol delivery services, which is a perfect complement to the viewing experience.

 

On that note, it won’t be much of a surprise if Johnny Walker becomes the top seller, being the official whiskey of Formula 1 race events. The advertising deal was clinched in 2014, after Johnny Walker makers dropped sponsorship of McLaren. Apparently the partnership proved fruitful through the years, as F! Racing fans are scattered across the globe and able to watch the action via televised coverage.

New Schedule fOR European Formula One Racing Events

 

Chase Currey, the incumber CEO of the F! Racing Group had previously announced that the races in Europe is set to resume in July, August and conclude by early September.

 

After which, the new season will start on September and onward in October and November, where Formula One races will take place in Eurasia, Asia and the Americas. The plans is to finish in December in the Gulf with Bahrain. After completing 15 to 18 races, and following tradition, the finale will be held in Abu Dhabi.

 

Without further ado, the new schedule of the forthcoming European Formula 1 Races are as follows:

 

Styrian Grand Prix : July 10 – 12, 2020 at Red Bull Ring
Hungarian Grand Prix : July 17 – 19, 2020 at Track: Hungaroring
British Grand Prix #1 : July 31 – August 02, 2020 at Silverstone
British Grand Prix #2 : August 07 – 09, 2020 at Silverstone
Spanish Grand Prix : August 14 – 16 at Track: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Belgian Grand Prix : August 28 – 30, 2020 at Track: Spa
Italian Grand Prix : September 04 – 06, 2020 at Track: Monza