In light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation Formula 1 has announced a number of race postponements in the interests of safety for our fans, the communities we visit and the F1 community. As stated recently our intention is to start the 2020 season at some point this summer. At this time no-one can be certain of exactly when the situation will improve, but when it does, we will be ready to go racing again. We are all committed to bringing our fans a 2020 championship season.

    Formula 1 is currently working with our promoters on a revised 2020 calendar with the actual sequence and schedule dates for races likely to differ significantly from our original 2020 calendar. This will be published in due course. As previously announced we will utilise the summer break being brought forward to March/April to race during the normal summer break period, and anticipate the season end date will extend beyond our original end date of 27-29th November.

    If you bought tickets for races that have been postponed or cancelled through F1Tickets.com, F1 Paddock Club and F1 Experiences, we are currently working with each race promoter on the transfer and refund options available to you. We are working at speed to finalise those options and will be in contact with you.

    Ticket holders who did not purchase through those routes should get the latest information on transfers or refunds through their point of purchase, either the relevant ticket reseller or the promoter’s official website, as transfer or refund processes may differ for each race. For races not postponed ticket holders’ tickets remain valid.

    For the latest information on F1 and coronavirus, please visit f1.com/coronavirus-latest

    For more information on F1 race venues, click on the links below:

    AUSTRALIA - Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit

    BAHRAIN - Bahrain International Circuit

    VIETNAM - Hanoi Circuit

    CHINA - Shanghai International Circuit

    NETHERLANDS - Zandvoort Circuit

    SPAIN - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

    MONACO - Circuit de Monaco

    AZERBAIJAN - Baku City Circuit

    CANADA - Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve

    FRANCE - Circuit Paul Ricard

    AUSTRIA - Red Bull Ring

    GREAT BRITAIN - Silverstone Circuit

    HUNGARY - Hungaroring

    BELGIUM - Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

    ITALY - Autodromo Nazionale Monza

    SINGAPORE - Marina Bay Street Circuit

    RUSSIA - Sochi Autodrom

    JAPAN - Suzuka International Racing Course

    UNITED STATES - Circuit of The Americas

    MEXICO CITY - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

    BRAZIL - Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

    ABU DHABI - Yas Marina Circuit