“September, October and November, would see us race in Eurasia, Asia and the Americas, ending the season within the Gulf in December with Bahrain earlier than the normal finale in Abu Dhabi, having accomplished between 15-18 races.”
Carey stated the calendar had but to be finalised and it was anticipated preliminary races would happen behind closed doorways.
However with revenue slashed and the smaller groups determined for income, that’s thought-about a essential step to make sure survival.
All 10 groups flew to Melbourne for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on March 15 however that was postponed at short-notice and racing has not but been capable of resume.
“The FIA, groups, promoters, and different key companions have been working with us all through these steps and we wish to thank them for all their assist and efforts throughout this extremely difficult time,” stated Carey.
“We additionally wish to recognise the truth that the groups have been supporting us on the identical time that they’ve been focusing huge and heroic efforts to construct ventilators to assist these contaminated by Covid-19.”
Carey didn’t present particulars to the provisional new calendar comparable to whether or not double races, mooted in Austria and Britain, could be thought-about.
Nonetheless, a delay to the present season finish – presently November 29 in Abu Dhabi – was primarily confirmed.