Formula 1 looks set to return soon.
Authorities in Austria, where the first two races of the 2020 season are to take place, have already agreed to hold two starts at the Red Bull Ring track in Spielberg on July 5th and 12th, respectively, and next week it will all be officialized.
The government has long weighed the opportunities and risks to reach a final decision that will benefit all F1 fans.
Both races will not even be in front of completely empty stands. It is expected that 500 people will be admitted at each start, and there are still no details on how exactly this will happen and who will be the beneficiaries.
All participants will land at the airport, which is next to the runway. Anyone who enters the country because of Formula 1 will have to present a negative result from an already performed coronavirus test.
The start of the Hungarian Grand Prix is planned for July 19.