The following is a summary of the meeting and the main decisions taken:

FIA Formula One World Championship
 
The Council approved a number of changes to the 2020 Technical and Sporting Regulations, including: 

  • Wording relating to the sampling and testing of fuel at the events to incorporate reference declarations
  • The reinstatement of the chequered flag as the definitive end-of-race signal
  • Wording to prevent teams from covering their cars during winter testing, in order to make these events more appealing to the media and fans
  • Minor corrections and adjustments to articles in both sets of Regulations

The Council confirmed the appointment of BBS as the single supplier of wheel rims starting in 2021, following its pre-selection on 5 July 2019. A consultation phase with the teams and BBS was conducted under the arbitration of the FIA Technical Department, with some resultant minor changes to the initial specification being approved today.
 
Following the pre-selection of Magneti Marelli for the fuel primer pump, and of Bosch for the high pressure fuel pump and piping by the Council on 30 July 2019, a phase of consultation with the teams, Power Unit manufacturers and the two prospective suppliers was conducted under the arbitration of the FIA Technical Department. Today, the Council proceeded to final appointment of the two suppliers.

FIA World Endurance Championship

Competitors in the Le Mans Hypercar category in the FIA World Endurance Championship must enter a homologated car under the name of an automotive brand.

A personnel limitation has been introduced in the Hypercar category, with a maximum of 40 operational staff permitted, or 43 for Competitors entering a car homologated with an ERS.

The nomenclature of World Championship titles is agreed as follows:

  • FIA World Endurance Drivers’ Champion (Hypercar)
  • FIA World Endurance Manufacturers’ Champion (Hypercar)
  • FIA World Endurance Drivers’ Champion (LMGTE)
  • FIA World Endurance Manufacturers’ Champion (LMGTE)

FIA World Rally Championship
 
Following the confirmation in June of key changes to the FIA WRC regulations for the next era of the competition, the Council has approved the principles of the 2022 Technical Regulations for the Rally1 class (formerly WRC), with the intention to finalise the details in the first quarter of 2020. This includes hybrid technology and the option to use a production-based bodyshell or a tubular structure, in both cases maintaining the current size guidelines, with a system of scaling to allow manufacturers to adapt their rally car from different models.
 
A standardised crash structure, defined by the FIA in close collaboration with the manufacturers thanks to extensive testing on the current WRC cars, will aim to improve safety standards and simplify the development process for the teams. Performance will come from an ICE engine, based on the current specifications but with controlled development costs and supported by a 100kw hybrid emotor. This unit will be the same for each of the teams, using common hardware and software strategies, making the cars capable of running in cities on electric power only and giving them an electric “power boost” that could be deployed on special stages. The aggressive aesthetic of the current WRC cars will be carried over to new generation vehicles.
 
To offer WRC teams more opportunities in the context of their participation, manufacturers are now able to enter an additional one-car team with a separate competitor identity and will not be permitted to score points for the main WRC factory team.
 
FIA World Rallycross Championship
 
The Council approved an 11-round calendar for the 2020 FIA World Rallycross Championship including a return to Germany and for the first time the Nürburgring, where a section of the Grand Prix circuit will be used. The second new event will bring an FIA Rallycross Championship competition to Russia and is scheduled for mid-July on a brand-new circuit built inside the Igora Drive motorsport complex, north of Saint Petersburg.

The calendar is approved as follows:
 

18‐19 April Spain Barcelona
02‐03 May Portugal Montalegre
16‐17 May Belgium Spa Francorchamps
13‐14 June Norway Hell‐Lanke
04‐05 July Sweden Höljes
18‐19 July Russia Saint Petersburg*
01‐02 August Germany Nürburgring
05‐06 September France Lohéac
19-20 September Latvia Riga
30‐31 October United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
14‐15 November South Africa Cape Town

 
*Subject to promoter agreement and circuit homologation
 
In the context of the series’ electrification from 2021, the energy supplier for both the World Rallycross Championship and Junior Rallycross Championship is confirmed as GCK Energy.
 
FIA Karting Championships
 
Panta is confirmed as fuel supplier for the 2020 FIA Karting Championships – Europe (except Superkart) and for 2020 and 2021 in the FIA Karting European Championship – Superkart.
 
LeCont is confirmed as tyre supplier for the 2020 FIA Karting World Championship – OK, and FIA Karting European Championships – OK and JUNIOR.
 
Vega is selected for the 2020 FIA Karting World Championship – KZ, FIA Karting European Championship – KZ, the FIA Karting European Championship – KZ2, the FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2 and the FIA Karting Academy Trophy.
 
MG Tyres is selected for the 2020 FIA Karting World Championship – JUNIOR.

FIA WTCR – World Touring Car Cup
 
The 2020 FIA WTCR – World Touring Car Cup calendar is approved as follows:
 

05 April Morocco Marrakesh
26 April Hungary Hungaroring
23 May Germany Nordschleife
06 June Slovakia Slovakiaring
21 June Portugal Vila Real
05 July Spain Motorland Aragon
06 September China Ningbo
18 October South Korea Inje-Speedium
22 November Macau Macau
13 December Malaysia Sepang

 
The title of FIA WTCR World Touring Car Cup – Winning Rookie Driver will be awarded to the newcomer scoring the highest number of points.
 
The Council approved a three-year extension of the WTCR promoter agreement between the FIA And Eurosport Events.
 
A Touring Car Lite category for small, B-segment touring cars is approved, with the aim of using this set of regulations at regional and national level, forming the base of a touring car racing pyramid.
 
FIA World Cup for Cross Country – Rallies and Bajas
 
The Groups and Classes of eligible vehicles are modified as follows from 2020:
 

Group Class Vehicles Explanation
T1 T1.1 4×4 Prototype Cross Country Vehicles Diesel & petrol classes merged, complying with Appendix J Art. 285
T1.2 4×2 Prototype Cross Country Vehicles Diesel & petrol classes merged, complying with Appendix J Art. 285
T2 T2 Series Production Cross Country Vehicles Diesel & petrol classes merged, complying with Appendix J Art. 284 and Appendix IV to the 2020 FIA Cross Country Rally Sporting regulations
T3 T3 Improved Lightweight Prototypes Cross Country Vehicles Former T3P, complying with Appendix J Art. 286
T4 T4 Improved Lightweight Series Side by Side Cross Country Vehicles Former T3S, complying with Appendix J Art. 286A
T5 T5 Cross Country Trucks  Former T4, complying with Appendix J 287 & Appendix IV to the 2020 FIA Cross Country Rally Sporting regulations

 
Cup and Trophy titles have also been revised and while the World Cup for Drivers, Co-drivers and Teams, as well as the T3 Trophy for Drivers remain, a new T4 Trophy has been added for Drivers and Teams. The Trophy for T2 Drivers and Teams, as well as the T3 Teams title, will cease from 2020.

The calendar for the 2020 FIA World Cup for Cross Country Bajas has been confirmed as follows and, from next season, a competitor or entrant’s six best scores will count towards the titles.
 

06-09 February Russia Baja Russia – Northern Forest
02-04 April United Arab Emirates Dubai International Baja
16-18 April Jordan Jordan Baja
18-21 June Italy Italian Baja
23-26 July Spain Baja España Aragón
13-16 August Hungary Hungarian Baja
03-06 September Poland Baja Poland
21-31 October Portugal Baja Portalegre 500

 
FIA Regional Rally Championships
 
The calendars for the 2020 FIA Regional Rally Championships are confirmed as follows:

FIA European Rally Championship
 

26-28 March Portugal Azores Rallye
07-09 May Spain Rally Islas Canarias
29-31 May Latvia Rally Liepāja
26-28 June Poland 77 Rally Poland
24-26 July Italy Rally di Roma Capitale
28-30 August Czech Republic Barum Czech Rally Zlin
09-11 October Cyprus Cyprus Rally
06-08 November Hungary Rallye Hungary

FIA European Rally Trophy – Alps Rally Trophy
 

08-09 May France Rallye Ain Jura
28-30 May Switzerland Rallye du Chablais
24-26 September Italy 67 Rallye Sanremo
15-17 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais

 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Balkan Rally Trophy
 

24-25 April Turkey Rally Esok
08-09 May Bulgaria Rally Bulgaria
22-23 May Romania Arad Rally
12-14 June Bulgaria Rally Sliven
07-08 August Romania Bacau Rally
18-19 September Romania Transilvania Rally*
02-03 October Serbia Serbia Rally*

 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Baltic Rally Trophy
 

30-31 May Latvia Rally Liepāja
24-26 July Estonia Rally Estonia
14-16 August Lithuania Rally Rokiskis

 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Celtic Rally Trophy
 

14-15 March Ireland West Cork Rally
10-11 April Ireland Circuit of Ireland Int. Rally*
19-21 June Ireland Donegal International Rally
21-22 August United Kingdom Ulster International Rally
26-27 September Ireland Cork 20 International Rally

 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Central Rally Trophy
 

27-29 March Czech Republic 39 Valasska Rally Valmez
22-23 May Czech Republic 48 Rallye Cesky Krumlov
11-13 June Croatia 46 INA Delta RallyNOTE
16-18 July Austria Rallye Weiz
06-08 August Poland 29 Rally Rzeszów
17-19 September Slovenia 9 MAHLE Rally Nova Gorica
05-07 November Germany 23 Int. ADMV-Lausitz-Rallye

NOTE: Yellow card and deployment of Rally Safety Task Force application
 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Iberian Rally Trophy
 

13-15 March Portugal Rallye Serras de Fafe
27-28 March Spain 38 Rallye Sierra Morena
30 April-02 May Spain Rally Villa de Adeje*
30 July-01August Portugal Rali Vinho da Madeira
08-12 September Spain 57 Rallye Princesa de Asturias Ciudad de Oviedo
13-15 November Portugal Rali Casinos Algarve

 
FIA European Rally Trophy – Final
 

05-07 November Germany 23 Int. ADMV-Lausitz-Rallye

 
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Asia Cup
 

20-22 March India South India Rally
25-26 July Indonesia Rally Medan*
11-13 September Japan Rally Hokkaido*
16-18 October China Rally Longyou*

 
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Pacific Cup
 

03-05 April New Zealand Rally Otago*
08-10 May New Zealand International Rally of Whangarei*
19-21 June Australia Rally Tasmania*
11-13 September Japan Rally Hokkaido*
27-29 November Australia Rally Coffs Harbour*

 
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Final
 

27-29 November Australia Rally Coffs Harbour*

 
FIA Middle East Rally Championship
 

06-08 February Oman Rally of Oman*
02-04 April Qatar Manateq Qatar Int. Rally
04-06 September Lebanon Rally of Lebanon*
24-26 September Jordan Jordan Rally MERC*
09-11 October Cyprus The Cyprus Rally

 
FIA African Rally Championship
 

20-23 February Ivory Coast Rallye Côte d’Ivoire Bandama
23-25 April South Africa Rally of South Africa
15-17 May Rwanda Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally
19-21 June Zambia Zambia International Rally
16-19 July Kenya Safari Rally Kenya
14-16 August Uganda Pearl of Africa Uganda RallyNOTE
18-20 September Tanzania Rally of Tanzania

NOTE Yellow card and deployment of Rally Safety Task Force application
  
FIA CODASUR Rally Championship
 

26-29 March Paraguay Rally Transitapúa*
30 April-03 May Argentina Rally de Argentina*
28-31 May Brazil Rally de Erechim*
20-23 August Bolivia Rally de Santa Cruz*
19-22 November Uruguay Rally del Atlántico

 
FIA NACAM Rally Championship
 

12-15 March Mexico Rally Leon
02-03 May Cuba Rally Cuba
26-28 June Canada Rallye Int. Baie des Chaleurs
22-24 August Mexico Rally Oaxaca
20-21 November Mexico Rally Colima

 
R-GT Cup
 

26 January Monaco Rallye Monte Carlo
08-09 May France Rallye Ain Jura
25-27 June Belgium Frontiers Ypres Rally
24-26 July Italy Rally di Roma Capitale
18 October Germany Rally of Germany

* Subject to ASN’s confirmation
 
Following the approval of the Rally3 technical principles, the first draft homologation regulations have been presented to the WMSC for application as from 1st January, 2021. This new 4WD group will be open to cylinder capacities of 927 to 1620 cm3, to propose the widest possible basis of eligibility. Power will be independent of cylinder capacity (210 hp target) and will be managed by a restrictor.
 
Pirelli will be the single supplier of the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship for a period of three years from 2020 to 2022.
 
A number of changes have been made to the Regional Rally Sporting Regulations.
 
In the FIA ERC and MERC championships, all the results less one will be retained for the final standings to simplify and harmonise the sporting regulations and encourage close competition all the way up to the end of the season.
 
The maximum duration of FIA ERC events is reduced to four days including reconnaissance to reduce costs for competitors and organisers.
 
Rally5 cars will be authorised to score points in the FIA ERC3 Junior and ERT Junior championships.
 
With the aim of giving flexibility to the organisers and encouraging the participation of competitors, hand cutting of tyres will now be permitted in tarmac events of the FIA European Rally Trophy.
 
In the FIA African and Middle East Rally Championships, T4 Cross-Country cars (formerly T3-Series), suited to the terrain, will now be eligible.
 
For all Rally 2 cars competing in Regional Rally Championships, the use of old parts is now allowed after the application of a joker – except for jokers related to safety or reliability.

FIA Off Road Commission
 
The Council approved the 2020 FIA European Rallycross Championship calendar as follows:
 
FIA European Rallycross Championship (Supercar)
 

16‐17 May Belgium Spa Francorchamps
13‐14 June Norway Hell‐Lanke
04‐05 July Sweden Höljes
05‐06 September France Lohéac
19‐20 September Latvia Riga

 
FIA European Rallycross Championship (Super1600)
 

16‐17 May Belgium Spa Francorchamps
13‐14 June Norway Hell‐Lanke
04‐05 July Sweden Höljes
18‐19 July Russia Saint Petersburg*
05‐06 September France Lohéac
19‐20 September Latvia Riga

*Subject to promoter agreement and circuit homologation
 
P1 Racing Fuels is confirmed as the fuel supplier for ICE cars in FIA Rallycross championships for the next three years (2020-2022).
 
The new FIA European Cross Car Championship will be held over five rounds within the nine events of the European Autocross Championship, the calendar being approved as follows:
 

16‐17 May Germany Seelow**
06‐07 June Latvia Musa
13‐14 June Lithuania Vilkyciai
27‐28 June Germany Matschenberg** XC
04‐05 July Czech Republic Nová Paka**
18‐19 July France St‐Georges‐de‐Montaigu** XC
22‐23 August Czech Republic Prerov** XC
12‐13 September France St‐Igny‐de‐Vers** XC
19‐20 September Italy Maggiora** XC

**Subject to circuit homologation
XC Cross Car

The full FIA Technical Regulations for Cross Car are now part of Appendix J under article 279B.
 
FIA Hill Climb Commission
 
The organisation of the FIA Hill Climb Masters was granted to Portugal and will take place on 9-11 October 2020 in Braga.
 
Performance Factor will be introduced as a new categorisation of closed car in the FIA European Hill Climb Championship, the FIA International Hill Climb Cup and the FIA Hill Climb Masters.

The 2020 calendars for FIA Hill Climb Championships were approved as follows:
 
FIA European Hill Climb Championship
 

17‐19 April France St Jean du Gard ‐ Col St Pierre
24‐26 April Austria Rechberg
08‐10 May Portugal Rampa de Boticas
15‐17 May Spain Subida Internacional al Fito
05‐07 June Czech Republic Ecce Homo Sternberk*
12‐14 June Germany Glasbachrennen
26‐28 June Italy Coppa Paolino Teodori*
17‐19 July Slovakia Dobšinský kopec*
24‐26 July Poland Limanowa
14‐16 August Switzerland St. Ursanne ‐ Les Rangiers
28‐30 August Slovenia Ilirska Bistrica
18‐20 September Croatia Buzetski Dani.

* Subject to obtaining guarantees from the organisers via their ASN regarding the organisational and/or safety improvements.
 
FIA International Hill Climb Cup
 

15‐17 May Poland Bieszczadzki
29‐31 May Czech Republic Ustecka 21
03‐05 July Italy Trento Bondone
31 July-02 August Germany Osnabrück
14‐16 August Slovenia Lučine

 
FIA Hill Climb Masters
 

09‐11 October Portugal Braga

FIA GT Commission
 
The 2022 GT3 Technical Regulations (including homologation procedures and eligibility criteria) are approved. Full details available on FIA.com

FIA Truck Racing Commission
 
The updated 2020 Sporting and Technical regulations for the European Truck Racing Championship are approved.
 
The 2020 European Truck Racing Championship calendar is approved as follows:
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25-26 April Hungary Hungaroring
23-24 May Italy Misano
6-7 June         Slovakia Slovakiaring
18-19 June Germany Nürburgring
29-30 August Czech Republic Most
12-13 September Belgium Zolder
26-27 September France Le Mans
3-4 October Spain Jarama

FIA Drag Racing Commission
 
The 2020 Sporting Regulations for the European Drag Racing Championship has been approved.

FIA Historic Motor Sport Commission
 
The Council approved the 2020 calendar for the FIA Historic Championships as follows:
 
FIA Historic Hill Climb Championship
 

24‐26 April Austria Rechberg
29‐31 May Czech Republic Ustecka 21
05‐07 June Czech Republic Ecce Homo Sternberk
12‐14 June Slovenia GHD Gorjanci
03‐05 July Italy Trento Bondone
10‐12 July Italy Cesana Sestriere
28-30 August Slovenia GHD Petrol Ilirska Bistrica
18‐20 September Croatia Buzetski Dani
25-27 September Italy Coppa Chianti Classico

 
FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship
 

13‐14 March Spain 67 Rally Costa Brava
02‐04 April Italy 35 Sanremo Rally Storico
24‐25 April Czech Republic 28 Historic Vltava Rally
21‐23 May Spain 911 Rally Asturias Historico
19‐21 June Hungary Mecsek Rallye
16‐18 July Austria Rally Weiz
14‐15 August Finland Lahti Historic Rally
17‐19 September Italy 31 Rally Elba Storico
15‐17 October Switzerland Rallye du Valais Historique

 
FIA Trophy for Historic Regularity Rallies
 

02‐04 October Switzerland Alpine Challenge

 
FIA Lurani Trophy for Formula Junior Cars
 

24‐26 April Germany Hockenheim
23‐24 May United Kingdom Brands Hatch*
19‐21 June Italy Misano
10‐12 July Italy Imola *
07‐09 August Germany Nürburgring
02‐04 October France Dijon

 
FIA Masters Historic Formula One & Sports Car Championships
 

31 July–02 August United Kingdom Silverstone GP
04‐06 September Netherlands Zandvoort
25‐27 September Belgium Spa‐Francorchamps

FIA Historic Formula 3 European Cup
 

04‐06 September Netherlands Zandvoort

FIA Safety Commission
 
The findings of the Spa Formula 2 Accident Investigation were presented to the Council, together with recommended actions. Further communication will follow later this month.
 
The Council approved a proposal to update the Super Licence points table as of 1 January 2020. The number of points assigned to the FIA Formula 3, Formula Renault Eurocup and Toyota Racing Series New Zealand championships have been revised.
 
The F3 Regional Japanese Championship certified by FIA and Japanese Super Formula Lights will be considered for the Super Licence Points system.
 
The final update relates to the name of the championship Formula Mazda that has been updated to Indy Pro 2000.
 
The proposal will be implemented from 1 January 2020.
 
A new standard of racing nets, one of the most cost-effective pieces of safety equipment, has been approved in order to complete the 360° cockpit protection for drivers participating in circuit events. Due to the difficulties in effectively installing the nets, an alternative installation proposal by attaching the racing nets directly to the seat was approved. This solution allows the nets to be positioned closer to the driver.

Further 2020 International Sporting Calendars
 
The 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar is as follows:
 

15 March

Australia

Melbourne

22 March

Bahrain

Sakhir

5 April

Vietnam

Hanoi*

19 April

China

Shanghai

3 May

Netherlands

Zandvoort*

10 May

Spain

Barcelona

24 May

Monaco

Monaco

7 June

Azerbaijan

Baku

14 June

Canada

Montreal

28 June

France

Le Castellet

5 July

Austria

Spielberg

19 July

Great Britain

Silverstone

2 August

Hungary

Budapest

30 August

Belgium

Spa

6 September

Italy

Monza

20 September

Singapore

Singapore

27 September

Russia

Sochi

11 October

Japan

Suzuka

25 October

USA

Austin

1 November

Mexico

Mexico City

15 November

Brazil

São Paulo

29 November

Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina

* Subject to circuit homologation

2019‐2020 FIA World Endurance Championship
 

01 September 2019

United Kingdom

4 Hours of Silverstone

06 October 2019

Japan

6 Hours of Fuji

10 November 2019

China

4 Hours of Shanghai

14 December 2019

Bahrain

8 Hours of Bahrain

23 February 2020

United States

Lone Star Le Mans

20 March 2020

United States

1000 Miles of Sebring

25 April 2020

Belgium

6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps*

13-14 June 2020

France

24 Hours of Le Mans

* Subject to signature of the contract

FIA Formula E Championship
 

22 November 2019 Saudi Arabia Al Diriyah
23 November 2019 Saudi Arabia Al Diriyah
18 January 2020 Chile Santiago de Chile *
15 February 2020 Mexico Mexico City
29 February 2020               Morocco Marrakesh
21 March 2020 China Sanya
04 April 2020 Italy Rome
18 April 2020          France Paris
03 May 2020 South Korea Seoul*
06 June 2020 Indonesia Jakarta*
21 June 2020 Germany Berlin
11 July 2020 USA New York
25 July 2020 United Kingdom London*
26 July 2020 United Kingdom London*

 
FIA Formula 2 Championship
 

20-22 March Bahrain Sakhir
01-03 May Netherlands Zandvoort*
08-10 May Spain Barcelona
21-23 May Monaco Monaco
05-07 June    Azerbaijan Baku
03-05 July Austria Spielberg
17-19 July United Kingdom Silverstone
31 July – 02 August  Hungary Budapest
28-30 August Belgium Spa‐Francorchamps
04-06 September Italy Monza
25-27 September Russia Sochi
27-29 November Abu Dhabi Yas Marina

* Subject to circuit homologation 

 
FIA Formula 3 Championship
 

20-22 March Bahrain Sakhir
01-03 May Netherlands Zandvoort*
08-10 May Spain Barcelona
03-05 July Austria Spielberg
17-19 July United Kingdom Silverstone
31 July – 02 August Hungary Budapest
28-30 August Belgium Spa‐Francorchamps
04-06 September Italy Monza
25-27 September Russia Sochi

* Subject to circuit homologation
  
FIA World Rally Championship
 

23-26 January Monaco Rallye Monte Carlo
13-16 February Sweden Rally Sweden Jun.
12-15 March Mexico Rally of Mexico
16-19 April Chile Rally of Chile* Jun.
30 April – 3 May Argentina Rally of Argentina*
21-24 May Portugal Vodafone Rally de Portugal
04-07 June Italy Rally of Italy Jun.
16-19 July Kenya Safari Rally Kenya
06-09 August Finland Neste Rally Finland*Jun.
03-06 September New Zealand Rally New Zealand*
24-27 September Turkey Rally of Turkey*
15-18 October Germany Rally of Germany* Jun.
29 October – 01 November Great Britain Rally of Great Britain*
19-22 November Japan Rally Japan*

Jun.: Event counting towards the FIA Junior WRC
* Subject to ASN confirmation.
 
FIA WTCR – World Touring Car Cup
 

04-05 April Morocco Marrakesh
25-26 April Hungary Hungaroring
21-23 May Germany Nürburgring Nordschleife
06-07 June Slovakia Slovakiaring
20-21 June Portugal Vila Real
04-05 July Spain Motorland Aragon
05-06 September China Ningbo
17-18 October South Korea Inje Speedium
20-22 November Macau Macau
11-13 December Malaysia Sepang

FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies
 

22-27 February Qatar Qatar Cross Country Rally
20-26 March United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
24-29 May Kazakhstan Rally Kazakhstan
05-17 July Russia Silk Way Rally
08-13 October Morocco Rallye du Maroc*

* Subject to ASN confirmation.
 
FIA World Cup for Cross‐Country Bajas
 

06‐09 February Russia Baja Russia‐Northern Forest
02‐04 April ARE Dubai Baja
16‐18 April Jordan Jordan Baja
18‐21 June Italy Italian Baja
23‐26 July Spain Baja España Aragon
13‐16 August Hungary Hungarian Baja
03‐06 September Poland Baja Poland
29‐31 October Portugal Baja Portalegre 500

 
FIA European Drag Racing Championship
 

22‐25 May United Kingdom Santa Pod Raceway
04‐07 June Sweden Tierp Arena Dragster
13‐16 August Sweden Tierp Arena Dragster
28‐31 August Germany Hockenheim
19‐20 September United Kingdom Santa Pod Raceway

 
FIA Electric and New Energy Championship (ENEC)
 

03‐05 April Portugal Oeiras Eco Rally
24‐26 April Spain Eco Rally de la Comunitat Valenciana
21‐23 May Czech Republic Czech New Energies Rallye
05‐07 June Italy ECO Domolomites GT 2020
10‐11 July Iceland eRally Iceland
03‐06 September Poland Rally Poland New Energies
17‐19 September Slovenia 4th MAHLE Eco Rally 2020
02‐04 October Spain II Eco‐Rallye Bilbao PETRONOR
21‐25 October Monaco 5e eRally Monte‐Carlo/21eme Rally Monte-Carlo ZENN

 
Solar Car Races
 

31 July- 01 August Japan Suzuka Solar Car Race

 
2020 World Motor Sport Council Meeting Calendar
 

6 March Geneva At the occasion of the Geneva International Motor Show
19 June Chiang-Mai, Thailand At the occasion of the FIA Conference
9 October Paris  
9 December Münich At the occasion of the FIA Annual General Assembly



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