Formula 1, despite the abolition of the 8 stages of the season, still expects to conduct a full championship of races 15-16.
However, the coronavirus pandemic only intensifies, and to start during the summer will be difficult.
“Nobody knows when the situation will improve, but as soon as that happens – we’re prepared to start the championship. We aim to spend the season in 2020, despite the constant lifting of the stages.”
“I want to start during the summer and have in the calendar, 15-16 races. I’m sure I’ll be better days,” said Chase Carey, one of the leaders of f-1.