July 10th: F1 announces races at Mugello on September 13th and Sochi on September 27th to extend the season to 10 rounds.
July 24th: F1 announces 3 more races at Nurburgring on October 11th, the debut of Portimao on October 25th and the return of Imola on November 1st. These dates mean the USA and Mexico races are (though not officially) cancelled.
These are the races and their current status:
|ROUND||GRAND PRIX||CIRCUIT||Original date||OFFICIAL|
|Australian||Albert Park||15 March||Cancelled|
|Monaco||Monte Carlo||24 May||Cancelled|
|French||Paul Ricard||28 June||Cancelled|
|1||Austrian||Red Bull Ring||5 July|
|2||Styrian||Red Bull Ring||12 July|
|5||70th Anniversary||Silverstone||9 August|
|Singapore||Marina Bay||20 September||Cancelled|
|United States||Austin||25 October||Cancelled|
|Mexican||Mexico City||1 November||Cancelled|
|Brazilian||Sao Paulo||15 November||Pending|
|14||Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina||29 November||Pending|
Russia is keen to host a second round after the usual Sochi race on September 27th, while Imola also hopes to return to the calendar.
The health crisis and political unrest in the Americas puts all three of their races in serious doubt, so more changes are likely. The Algarve Circuit in Portugal, Imola and Hockenheim in Germany may become alternatives.
This page will be updated as we learn more.