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    The 2020 Formula One Thread

    Poor old snubby can't wait for next year's battle to begin, so here's a new thread and a list of the 2020 races. I am thinking of asking them to push Hanoi by a week as it clashes with the Chiang Mai Sixes.

    Race Day Venue Formula 1® Grand Prix
    15 March 2020 Melbourne Australia
    22 March 2020 Sakhir Bahrain
    5 April 2020 Hanoi Vietnam
    19 April 2020 Shanghai China
    3 May 2020 Zandvoort Netherlands
    10 May 2020 Barcelona Spain
    24 May 2020 Monaco Monaco
    7 June 2020 Baku Azerbaijan
    14 June 2020 Montreal Canada
    28 June 2020 Le Castellet France
    5 July 2020 Spielberg Austria
    19 July 2020 Silverstone Great Britain
    2 August 2020 Budapest Hungary
    30 August 2020 Spa Belgium
    6 September 2020 Monza Italy
    20 September 2020 Singapore Singapore
    27 September 2020 Sochi Russia
    11 October 2020 Suzuka Japan
    25 October 2020 Austin USA
    1 November 2020 Mexico City Mexico City
    15 November 2020 Sao Paulo Brazil
    29 November 2020 Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi

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    Nicholas Latifi is set to drive for Williams alongside George Russell as the replacement for Robert Kubica in the 2020 Formula 1 season.

    After months of speculation that ROKiT Williams Racing would confirm Nicholas Latifi as their second driver alongside George Russell for the 2020 Formula 1 season, they made it official on Thanksgiving Day.

    Williams initially stated that they would not confirm their 2020 driver lineup until after the 2019 season ended, and the 2019 season is scheduled to end this Sunday, December 1 with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit.

    They decided to end the speculation early.

    Here is what Latifi had to say about this opportunity,
    according to Formula 1.

    “I am thrilled to be stepping up as Race Driver for 2020. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the team this year, supporting them with the development of the car, and assisting wherever I can trackside and at the factory. I look forward to the journey ahead with the team, and I am excited to make my Formula 1 debut at the Australian Grand Prix in 2020.”

    Here is what Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams had to add.

    “All of us at Williams have been immensely impressed at what he has achieved this year in FIA Formula 2, along with his commitment to the team, and the work that he has put in behind the scenes. Nicholas has become an established and well-respected member of Williams, and we look forward to him stepping up into this new role, as we look to fight our way back to the midfield.”

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