Makes sense to run them all in most of the COVID-19 hotspotsThese are the race dates.
F1 2020 opening calendar
3-5 July - Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)
10-12 July - Steiermark Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)
17-19 July - Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)
31 July-2 August - British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
7-9 August - 70th Anniversary Grand Prix (Silverstone)
14-16 August - Spanish Grand Prix
28-30 August - Belgian Grand Prix
4-6 September - Italian Grand Prix
Yes, I was quite keen to see the real qualifying speed of the Renault. Perhaps not to Norris' level but given how good their race pace has been...So race 1 is finally upon us!
It would have been interesting to see how Q3 would have ended up without the yellow flag in the last minute.
I watched the Kayo mini. Probably didn't miss anything.I found it amusing how the UK based commentators failed to watch NOR's last lap more carefully.
The Kayo 30 minute minis can be a better way to watch these. A far cry from the 80's when I would record on VHS while sleeping and get up at 5am to watch 'em.
Especially if the second race was a reverse grid. HeheheSame track, different GP name.
It'll (hopefully) make for an interesting weekend, and no doubt a first time back to back races at the same track?
What have teams learnt, what can they change, and how will the weather stir things up?
It would be good if F1 implemented a few more reg's like Supercars have done locally, reduced tyre allocations etc to spice things up a little more. Hell - two races in a weekend would be an interesting twist to F1 as well!