Formula One have confirmed the session start times ahead of the 2020 season, completing the calendar with just over two months to go until lights out in Australia on March 15.
As with in 2019, all Grand Prix start at ten-past the hour. The change was made ahead of the year to make it easier for broadcasters, specifically those in the United States, to join the world feed without missing the race start.
The start times remain relatively unchanged and the returning Dutch Grand Prix get underway at 15:10 [13:10 GMT] on May 3.
Vietnam joins the calendar in 2020 with a start time of 14:10 [07:10 GMT].
One change of note sees the British Grand Prix move back an hour to 15:10, a move that brings the race in line with the rest of the European start times.