Ahead of the second half of the F1 season getting underway in Belgium Formula 1 has revealed the full list of races for next season.
2020 will be a milestone year for F1 being it’s 70th anniversary since the official championship began in 1950.
Although still subject to approval the new calendar holds the largest number of races in F1 history with 22 set to take place between 15 March and 29 November.
The reason for the record group is the addition of Vietnam and The Netherlands while races like Britain, Spain and Mexico have been saved from being dropped although the German GP, which held one of the best races of 2019, has been unable to secure a deal.
As well as having the most races of any F1 season 2020 will also feature 7 back to back races.