Trending: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2020 date announced

The 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will once again be the final race of the Formula One season.

The season will kick off with the traditional start-of-term Australian Grand Prix on March 15.

Formula One will have a record 22 races next season, a draft of the 2020 calendar released by the sport’s US-based commercial rights holders Liberty Media confirmed on Thursday.

The season will kick off with the traditional start-of-term Australian Grand Prix on March 15 and finish in Abu Dhabi on November 29.

2020 F1 calendar: Formula 1 Grand Prix schedule details.

“Since we became involved in this sport in 2017, we have talked about developing new destination cities to broaden the appeal of Formula One and at the same time, consolidating our presence in Europe, the traditional home of the sport,” said Formula One Chief Executive Chase Carey.

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“It is significant for our sport and confirms our long-term strategy.”

An expansion of the calendar to 22 races had been widely expected with the futures of races in Spain, Mexico, and Great Britain cleared up.

Formula One team had already agreed to an expansion of the calendar to 22 races.

The season will feature seven back-to-backs or races on consecutive weekends.

Vietnam will host its first race through the streets of capital Hanoi on April 5, while the Dutch Grand Prix will make its Formula One return after 35 years with a race at Zandvoort on May 3.

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix, held at the end of April this year, will move to June 7 while the Spanish Grand Prix, whose presence on the calendar was confirmed on Tuesday, has been given a May 10 date.

A deal securing the future of the Italian Grand Prix, marked with an asterisk on the draft calendar, is currently being finalized, the statement said.

The race at Monza is home to the sport’s most popular team Ferrari and local organizers and authorities have given next year’s race the go-ahead.

The draft of the calendar will now be submitted to the International Automobile Federation’s (FIA) World Motor Sport Council on Oct. 4 where it will get final approval.

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