F1 2020: dates, TV and where to watch the Formula 1 World Championship

We tell you the dates of the confirmed GGPP, where to watch live on television and how to follow the F1 World Cup live online.


More than seven months later, the wait comes to an end and Formula 1 returns to the road this week with the Austrian GP. It will be the first appointment at the Red Bull Ring and the one that premieres the European calendar of eight races, at the moment the only ones confirmed and behind closed doors. After the opening double in Austria, the World Cup will travel to Hungary, then make another double at Silverstone and close the tour of the Old Continent in Barcelona, Spa and Monza. The teams will travel with a very reduced device in a paddock limited to the minimum expression.

Calendar of the Formula 1 World Cup 2020

5 July: Austrian GP (Red Bull Ring)

July

12: Styrian GP (Red Bull Ring)

July

19: Hungarian GP (Budapest)

2 August: British GP (Silverstone)

9 August: 70th Anniversary GP (Silverstone)

16 August: Spanish GP (Barcelona)

0 August: Belgian GP (Spa-Francorchamps)

6 September: Italian GP (Monza)

TV: Where to watch the 2020 Formula 1 World Cup on television and on the Internet?

The 2020 Formula 1 World Cup can be followed on television in Spain through 'Movistar + F1'. Argentina, Colombia and Chile will broadcast the grand prize through 'Fox Sports' and Mexico will do it on 'Channel 9 Televisa'. In the United States it can be seen through 'ESPN'.

Also, on AS.com, you can follow live and free practice sessions on Friday, qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday. And you will also find the best information on the Great Circus and all the reactions of the protagonists, chronicles and analysis ...



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