F1: Twenty races on the cards again for Formula One 2013
Published 05/12/2012 | 15:00
FORMULA One could have 20 races again next season after the sport's governing body said today it had pencilled in an unspecified European race to make up for a postponed grand prix in New Jersey.
The International Automobile Federation ( FIA) said in a statement that the German Grand Prix has been moved from July 14 to July 7 with July 21 now "reserved for another F1 European event" subject to approval of national bodies.
That date would be back-to-back with Hungary on July 28 while Germany would follow on immediately from the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on June 30, according to the previous provisional calendar.
France, which has returned to the frame with either its Magny-Cours circuit or Le Castellet in the south, could be another possibility.