Both the Portuguese and Russian Grands Prix have already begun selling tickets to both of the respective races but F1 is yet to confirm any formal plans for fans at specific races.
Turkey had been scheduled to be a part of the 2012 season but was struck from the calendar following its 2011 race. It is the third returning circuit to be included in the rearranged 2020 championship after the Nürburgring and Imola.
New editions to F1 in Mugello and Portimao have replaced usual staples such as Monaco, Albert Park and the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and promise an all-new spectacle for fans to enjoy.
Many drivers have marked out the second Italian race as a highlight, with qualifying expected to be one of the most intense of the season on the high-speed Ferrari-owned track.
F1 has also taken the chance to experiment with weekend format, an idea that was suggested ahead of the now delayed 2021 regulation changes.
Imola will be condensed into a two-day event, with no running taking place on the Friday and only one free practice session ahead of qualifying on the Saturday
Like the Austrian and British back-to-back races before it, the second Bahrain race will feature an alternative one-off title, officially labelled as the Sakhir Grand Prix.
Since the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix hours ahead of first practice, the F1 season has been on hold as measures against Covid-19 have been in effect globally.
The postponement of the season has led to the cancellation of the French, Monaco, Dutch, Azerbaijan, Singapore, Japanese, United States, Mexico City, Brazilian and Chinese Grands Prix.
2020 revised Formula 1 calendar
|July 3-5||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring|
|July 10-12||Styrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring|
|July 17-19||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring|
|July 31-August 2||British Grand Prix||Silverstone|
|August 7-9||F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix||Silverstone|
|August 14-16||Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Catalunya|
|August 28-30||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps|
|September 4-6||Italian Grand Prix||Monza|
|September 11-13||Tuscan Grand Prix||Mugello|
|September 25-27||Russian Grand Prix||Sochi|
|October 9-11||Eifel Grand Prix||Nürburgring|
|October 23-25||Portuguese Grand Prix||Portimão|
|October 31 – November 1||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Imola|
|November 13-15||Turkish Grand Prix||Istanbul Park|
|November 27-29||Bahrain Grand Prix||Sakhir|
|December 4-6||Sakhir Grand Prix||Sakhir|
|December 11-13||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina|