Discover the 2020 circuits!
An F1 track is a true temple of speed. Over the 70 years of the world championionship many circuits have come and gone, others have changed, new ones have appeared, while a few have captured the imagination of people the world over. They’ve managed to hang onto their most iconic sections which have made them famous: Eau Rouge and Radillon at Spa Francorchamps, the 130R at Suzuka, Maggots, Becketts and Chapel at Silverstone, the Parabolica at Monza and others besides.
Over time, Formula 1 circuits have been modernised to accommodate cars that are ever faster and more powerful with the safety work driven on by the FIA, which constantly raises safety standards and technology.
With notable exceptions such as the Monaco and Singapore street circuits, Formula 1 generally runs on modern facilities, with most of those that have come into existence in the last 20 years coming from the pen of architect Hermann Tilke. In 2020, the sport returns to the historic Zandvoort track in the Netherlands and will also race at an all-new street venue in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi.
You can find out more about all the circuits of the 2020 F1 calendar.