It was reported that all the F2 and F3 teams met online last week to discuss the possible fate of the 2020 championship.
Beyond the expected season opener in July at Spielberg, we now have some news that Silverstone is set to hold two races if required. Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle said: “I am delighted to confirm that Silverstone and Formula 1 have reached an agreement in principle to host two races behind closed doors this summer.”
The proposed European phase with take place in July and August with the Hungarian government giving a possible green light for a spectator-less race, there are also unconfirmed reports that both Barcelona and or Hockenheim are being made ready for consideration for August.
Both Spa and the Italian grand prix have aim to keep their original dates and the Azerbaijan and the Russian Grands Prix are likely to be staged at the end of September with the absence of the F3 series.
It has been speculated but not confirmed that Bahrain is set to also hold one or two races, followed then by the season finale as normal in Abu Dhabi.