The 2020 calendar of events is a blur of new cars hitting the market and racing cars getting into production.
That’s why we’re here at the new year with an in-depth look at what’s in store for sportscar racing in 2020.
The 2019 calendar features a host of events in both Formula 1 and WEC, as well as the opening rounds of the WEC Formula 3 championship.
But as we’ll see, the calendar also offers a chance to take a look at some of the new sports car models from Ford, Nissan, and Hyundai.
It’s an excellent time to pick up your next sports car and check out our coverage.
What’s new in 2019?
Formula 1 – The calendar will feature a series of races in both F1 and Formula E that will see a whole host of new F1-spec cars, including the new Porsche 911 RSR and the new Lamborghini Huracan LP640.
There are also new Lambo models in the works, including a new 911 GT3 RS, the Lamborghinis GT4 RS and the Nissan GT-R.
This is all set to start at the Monaco Grand Prix on March 10.
The opening round of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 Championship will take place on March 21 in Shanghai, China, with a race to follow on March 22 in Hong Kong.
The 2018 Formula 1 season starts on April 9 with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, with the British Grand Prix to follow three weeks later on April 11.
The following season will see the opening of the next round of Abu Dhabi, with three more races on April 15-17.
In 2017, Formula 1 featured a race in Shanghai.
In 2018, the series has seen an increase in participation from the United States, Australia and Japan.
In 2019, Formula One is expected to feature a return to its traditional home of the Grand Prix of Shanghai in 2019.
But there are some major changes planned for the calendar for the new calendar, including that it will feature three of the five drivers for each race.
The calendar also features a series on the grid in the US and Europe, which will be dominated by a series between Porsche and Audi, as a result of the two German manufacturers making a deal.
This series will feature two of the world’s most prestigious F1 drivers, the Audi duo of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton.
But the most significant changes will be the arrival of the first-ever global F1 grand prix, which is set to be held in 2018.
F1 will debut in 2019 as a global series, with both teams’ drivers making the most of the opportunity to drive the first cars of the calendar, as they did for the first two seasons.
The FIA has confirmed that the inaugural race will take the form of a race between two of its teams, but it is not set to take place in Shanghai at the moment.
There will be a first-of-its-kind doubleheader on the calendar on January 1 in Shanghai for the inaugural round of Formula 1, featuring both Porsche and Ferrari drivers in the opening race, while the two teams’ cars will also race in the second round, with Mercedes and Ferrari driving in the third and fourth races respectively.
The Mercedes-Benz Super GT team will drive in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, while Ferrari will drive the 24 hours of Shanghai.
The final round of Le Monde du Midi will see Mercedes-AMG and Ferrari drive the two races, with one of the races to be in Shanghai and the other in Abu Dhabi.
This year, the grid is set for the opening round in Abu Duhour on April 17, with F1’s two teams taking part in the final race of the season.
There is also the return of the F1 World Championship in 2020, with Porsche, Audi, Ferrari, and McLaren taking part.
The first round of F1 in 2020 will see four of the four teams participating in the event, while a full season of the FIA World Endurance Championship is also planned for 2020.
In 2021, F1 is set, in a move that will be welcomed by F1 fans around the world, to have a total of 12 events.
This will be followed by a doubleheader of the World Endurance Championships in two seasons, with two events taking place in 2019 and 2020.
With a total calendar of 16 events, the FIA will be keen to see how many events they can cram onto the calendar in order to be able to accommodate the expected number of events during the calendar.
With that in mind, the schedule will feature 12 events on the opening weekend of the series, including five events in Abu Marina, with another two events at the Circuit of the Americas.
The second round of a Formula 1 Grand Prix in 2020 takes place in Abu-Duhour.
The new calendar is also set to feature two series in the form a Formula Renault 2.0 race, and