Organisers of the DTM championship have issued a revised 2020 schedule, with a surprise return to Spa-Francorchamps, and proposed rounds at Brands Hatch, Monza and Anderstorp dropped.
On Wednesday ITR confirmed that its 10-round calendar will take place only in Germany and neighbouring Belgium and the Netherlands.
The delayed 2020 campaign is now set to begin at the Norisring in mid-July before taking in a two-day weekend at Spa-Francorchamps in early August.
It is the first time that Spa-Francorchamps has been included on the calendar since 2005.
Two rounds will be held at the Lausitzring, Zolder, and the Nurburgring, though different track layouts will be used for the events at the Eifel venue.
The season is set to conclude at Hockenheim in early November.
“We would like to thank our fans for their patience in the past weeks, but now, we are all the more happy to be able to present a well-prepared and varied calendar that promises plenty of racing action,” said Gerhard Berger, Chairman of DTM promoter ITR.
“That is the result of the hard work by everyone involved in very special conditions. All in all, we have managed to come up with a compact calendar that was worth waiting for.”
|Nurburgring GP||11-13 September|
|Nurburgring Sprint||18-20 September|