Formula 1 has confirmed that there will be no races in Baku, Singapore and Suzuka in 2020, in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this month, F1 announced the opening eight races of the revised schedule for the 2020 season, beginning in Austria on the first weekend of July.
Two races in Austria will be followed by a race in Hungary. After a week off, F1 will then head to two back-to-back races in Great Britain before heading to Spain. Another week off will be followed by two races on consecutive weekends in Belgium and Italy.
Since this was announced, F1 have continued to work on finalising the remaining calender and are confident of having between 15 to 18 races by the time the season wraps up in Abu Dhabi in mid-December.
A new calendar is expected before the season starts in Austria. However, F1 will not be heading to Azerbaijan, Singapore or Japan as part of the revised calendar for 2020.