Why the 2020 F1 calendar is taking so long to finalise | 2020 F1 season

Unless a draft 2020 F1 calendar is announced by midnight on Saturday, the release date will be the latest in recent history.
For example, the Clause 10.5 of the 2020 F1 Sporting Regulations states that testing of current cars (TCC) shall be limited to: “Two tests, open to all competitors, of no more than four consecutive days’ duration, carried out between 1 February and ten days before the start of the first event of the championship.”
On top of this, the 2020 Tour de France start is scheduled for Nice during the last weekend in June, which has recently been the French Grand Prix date.

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