The September 13 race, to be called the Grand Prix of Tuscany Ferrari 1,000, will follow on from the September 6 Italian Grand Prix at Monza as the ninth round of a season that has been heavily revised due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia will be the 10th race on September 27. Formula One said in a statement it still expected to stage between 15-18 rounds in a championship that started at Austria's Red Bull Ring last weekend.
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The season had been due to start in Australia back in March and teams got within minutes of taking part in the first practice session at Melbourne’s Albert Park before the race was called off. Each of the first eight races that have been confirmed will take place behind closed doors with special quarantine and isolation measures in place.
There are plans to stage races in parts of Asia, such as China and Japan, and North America before finishing the year as originally intended in the Middle East.
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