We already know that there will be plenty new about the 2020 Formula 1 race schedule, with grands prix in Hanoi and Zandvoort to be added. Two from four races - Spain, Germany, Great Britain, Mexico - will likely make way on the calendar.
F1 will travel to Vietnam for a race for the first time in its history, while Netherlands will host the sport for the first time in 35 years.
Excitement in Holland is already at fever pitch for the race's return, with Liberty Media looking to cash in on Max Verstappen's popularity.
Dutch TV station Ziggo Sport had a go at drawing up a schedule for 2020 – with Germany and Mexico the races to make way in their estimation.
Races moved around in Ziggo's list included Azerbaijan and France, with Vietnam taking a spot in the early sages of the season, and the Netherlands coming in just after it.
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