The next two races of the 2020 Formula 1 season have been confirmed and will include a trip to Mugello.
Following the first eight rounds of the season, F1 will visit Mugello and Sochi for the Tuscan and Russian Grands Prix, bringing the total confirmed races in 2020 to 10.
The race at Mugello will be officially known as the Tuscany Ferrari 1000 Grand Prix, with the race taking place on Ferrari’s 1000th championship Grand Prix weekend.
Ferrari owns the circuit and both drivers have already driven the circuit in 2020, using the 2018 car in a private test last month to build up to the restart in Austria.
Both races will slot in during the month of September, with the Tuscan GP from the 11-13th and Russian GP on the 25-27th.
Though it has not been confirmed, the Russian Grand Prix may be the first in the 2020 season to allow fans into the grandstands.
The Sochi Autodrom website has made tickets available to buy to the 2020 race.
Further races are expected to be announced in the coming weeks, though the Australian, French, Monaco and Azerbaijan races have been confirmed as cancelled.
“We want to thank the promoters, national authorities, the teams and the FIA for their hard work and support in making these Grands Prix possible, and know our fans will be delighted to see Russia host its seventh race at the Sochi Autodrom and see Formula 1 cars race for the first time at exciting Mugello circuit in Italy,” an F1 statement said.
2020 Formula 1 calendar
|Austrian Grand Prix||3-5 July|
|Styrian Grand Prix||10-12 July|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||17-19 July|
|British Grand Prix||31-2 July/August|
|70th Anniversary Grand Prix||7-9 August|
|Spanish Grand Prix||14-16 August|
|Belgian Grand Prix||28-30 August|
|Italian Grand Prix||4-6 September|
|Tuscan Grand Prix||11-13 September|
|Russian Grand Prix||25-27 September|