Original 2020 F1 Calendar
The F1 calendar was originally scheduled to feature a record 22 races. Due to the global pandemic many races are cancelled or postponed.
Original 22 races calendar

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November 17, 2023
What is an Installation Lap in F1? - Unveiling the Secrets of Formula 1's Installation Lap
Hot laps, out laps, installation laps, formation laps, what do they all mean and how do they fit in the Formula 1 sport? That’s what I’m here to explain. Here’s a summary of the main lap types in Formula One: In the next paragraphs, I’ll explain what is an Installation Lap in F1, why it […]
November 17, 2023
What is a Hot Lap in F1? - Unveiling the Secrets of Formula 1's Hot Lap
Formula 1 has a lot of terms you may be confused with such as the various types of laps. Here’s an overview of the main ones: In this article, I’ll talk to you about the Hot Lap and answer the question "What is a hot lap in F1", how it functions, and why it’s important. […]
November 17, 2023
What is an In Lap in F1? - Unveiling the Secrets of Formula 1's In Lap
Formula 1 has multiple lap types that you’ll often hear about if you’re a Formula 1 fan. Commentators will mention the hot lap, in lap, out lap, formation lap, installation lap, and so on. But what do they mean? And what is an in lap in F1? That’s what we’re here to find out. Here’s […]
November 17, 2023
What is an Out Lap in F1? - Unveiling the Secrets of Formula 1's Out Lap
Newcomers to Formula 1 might be confused by the terminology used during the qualifying sessions and the races. Out lap, in lap, hot lap, flying lap, installation lap, and so on. But what is an out lap in F1? Understanding them is key to enjoying the sport, though. Here’s a quick summary of what they […]
November 17, 2023
What Is Parc Ferme? We Unveil the Secrets of this F1 Rule
Formula 1 has a multitude of regulations that define how the sport should function. One of the most important ones is the Parc Fermé, which means that teams can only perform certain modifications on the race cars and under strict supervision from FIA officials. But what is Parc Fermé? Parc Fermé (French phrase for “closed […]
November 17, 2023
Top Canadian F1 Drivers: A Look at the Best in the Sport
Canada has a rich history in Formula 1, mainly through the feats of the Villeneuve family, Gilles Villeneuve and his son, Jacques Villeneuve, who won a World Drivers’ Championship in 1997. There have been 15 Canadian F1 drivers since their first entry during the 1961 United States Grand Prix. Canada is also among the few […]
November 17, 2023
F1 Flag Meanings - Decoding the Flag Colours (All 11 Flags)
Watching Formula 1 without knowing the meaning of the flags is like playing chess without knowing how the pieces move. It just can’t be done without running into confusing situations. F1 is not just about who gets to the finish line first. There are a lot of unexpected situations that might call for various Formula […]
November 17, 2023
Why Do F1 Cars Spark?
Why Formula 1 cars spark is one of the most interesting questions I’ve seen online. And answering it requires me to delve into a bit of race history, aerodynamic forces, and human ingenuity. In short, F1 cars are intended to produce sparks. It’s not a sign of damage nor is there anything wrong with the […]
November 17, 2023
Why do F1 Cars Have a Wooden Plank?
Being a Formula 1 fan, I’m sure you’ve noticed that every race car has a wooden plank, also known as a skid block, on the underside of the car. You can see it below. But why do F1 cars have a wooden plank? Well, the purpose of the skid block (plank) is twofold: Both of […]
November 17, 2023
What Does DNF Mean In F1? The Ugly Side of Formula 1 Racing
Watching a Formula 1 race is like stepping into another world. It's filled with the roar of engines, the flash of speed, and well some weird terms that once made us all scratch our heads. I'm talking about terms like DNF, DNS, and DNQ. But what does DNF mean in F1? It's all part of […]
November 16, 2023
F1 Night Races: A New Era in Formula 1 Racing
Formula 1's introduction of night races was not merely an aesthetic choice but a strategic shift that transformed the landscape of the sport. Launched in 2008 with the inaugural Singapore Grand Prix, night races are now an essential part of the F1 calendar. By holding races at night, organizers can broadcast events during peak viewing […]
November 16, 2023
9 cars with f1 engines [+6 other f1 inspired cars]
We've already answered the question "are F1 cars street legal" - but what if I told you that the high-octane power of Formula 1 cars isn’t only for the racing track but also for the open road? The beastly automobiles I’ll be talking about in this article either have an F1 engine under their hoods […]
November 16, 2023
Are F1 Cars Street Legal? We unveil the truth...
As cool as F1 cars look on the tarmac, they are sadly not legal on the open roads. You can’t drive one to work or go on a stroll around town. So in answer to the question are F1 cars street legal - unfortunately not. There are two problems. One is that you literally won’t […]
October 18, 2023
What Is the Virtual Safety Car in F1? (VSC Explained)
Formula 1 introduced many safety mechanisms throughout its fairly short history. But the most recent one was implemented during the 2015 season. It was the Virtual Safety Car (VSC for short), which is a different version of the F1 Safety Car. Think of the Virtual Safety Car as imposing almost the same conditions as a […]
October 18, 2023
Ultimate Guide: Mercedes Safety Car (Cost, Speed & Specs)
The Formula 1 safety cars are one of the most important aspects of the sport. Without them, drivers wouldn’t be nearly as safe as they are now. There are two safety cars in F1 – the Aston Martin f1 safety car and the Mercedes (plus the virtual safety car). In this article, I’ll discuss the […]
October 18, 2023
Ultimate Guide: Aston Martin Safety Car (Cost, Speed & Specs)
One of the most recognizable aspects of Formula 1 is its safety car duo, the Aston Martin and the Mercedes safety car. In today’s article, I’ll talk about the Aston Martin safety car, more specifically: Ready to delve into it? Then, keep reading! What Aston Martin Is the Safety Car? The official Aston Martin safety […]
October 18, 2023
How Many F1 Tracks Are There?
Formula 1 race tracks are just as memorable as the drivers that use them. If you’ve heard of Michael Schumacher, then you’ve likely heard of the Silverstone Circuit or the Albert Park Circuit. The 2023 F1 Season will have 23 rounds, which means a total of 23 race tracks will be used for this year. […]
October 18, 2023
How Many F1 Drivers Are There? (Covering Historic & Current)
During the 2023 F1 Season, there are 20 drivers on the grid, two for each team. There are 10 teams in total, and two extra drivers for the AlphaTauri team who replaced two of their drivers mid season. In short, Daniel Ricciardo from AlphaTauri replaced Nyck de Vries and was then replaced himself by Liam […]
October 18, 2023
Discover F1 Drivers by Age: Unleash the Power of Experience
In a sport like Formula 1, you’d think that age plays an important part in how reaction times and experience influence performance on the track. However, that’s not exactly true. The current driver roster in F1 starts at age 22 and ends at age 41, so a 19-year age range. You’ll notice that age is […]
October 18, 2023
Australian F1 Drivers: A Legacy of Speed
Australia has had a powerful impact on the world of Formula 1. In total, since the beginning of the sport, there have been 18 drivers from Australia. And 15 of them have participated in at least one race in every season since 1952. We’ll go through every section below, so keep reading to learn more […]
October 18, 2023
Unleashing Speed: Spanish F1 Drivers Tearing Up the Track
Spain is a well-respected participant in Formula 1 car racing. Ever since the 1951 Spanish Grand Prix, Spanish F1 drivers have competed at the highest levels. In total, there have been 15 drivers from Spain competing in F1, the most famous one being Fernando Alonso. He’s also on the 2023 grid, so his time on […]
October 18, 2023
The Austrian F1 Drivers: Masters of Speed and Precision
Austria has a grim history in Formula One, with three Austrian drivers being fatally wounded during competitions. Only the UK has had more driver deaths in F1. In total, there have been 16 Formula One drivers from Austria, with two of them winning a championship – Niki Lauda and Jochen Rindt. We’ll talk about the […]
October 18, 2023
The Mexican F1 Drivers Who've Dominated Formula 1
From the current F1 drivers Mexican Formula 1 is mainly represented by Sergio Pérez, who is the most successful Mexican racing driver. All in all, Mexico has had six Formula One drivers since the championship started in 1950. Mexican Drivers Performance Overview in F1 Before I get into more details about individual Mexican F1 drivers, […]
August 14, 2023
The F1 Safety Car - All You Need to Know
Formula 1 is a sport of blistering speed and risky manoeuvres, with crashes happening all the time. This is where the F1 Safety Car (SC) comes into play – it keeps the race going while letting the marshals deal with the aftermath of a crash. In other words, the F1 Safety Car’s purpose is twofold. […]
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Cancelled or postponed 2020 Formula 1 races

A virtual lap of Nurburgring, often called "The Ring" by the enthusiasts. The tight and challenging circuit has a mix of high and low-speed corners with limited overtaking possibilities, putting a premium on qualifying and fast pit stops.

A virtual lap of Istanbul Park, in Tuzla, east of Istanbul. The key to setting a good lap time is good aerodynamic efficiency. The spectacular turn 8, Diabolica, is an extremely fast sweeping left-hander turn with four apexes taken on the same line at around 250 km/h.

A virtual lap of Bahrain International Circuit. The circuit has one of the most unique surroundings on the F1 calendar due to its location in the middle of a desert. Sand on the circuit can result in loss of grip and additional thermal problems, if it gets into the car.