Over the past week we have all heard that Azerbaijan, Singapore and the Japanese Grand Prix's have joined the list of tracks that have canceled.
This has opened up a lot of fresh enquiries as to whether there may be another double header at Sochi, but other tracks in Europe have al thrown their hat in to the ring to host a Grand Prix.
The Algarve Circuit, Portugal, is one of them. Apparently a spokesperson from the Track has confirmed that talks have been ongoing and there has been support from teams to hold a race there.
The Spokesperson said:
"We are in contact with FOM and in strong negotiations," the spokesperson said.
"As Ross Brawn has said, it is a possibility.
"For now nothing is confirmed, but we know that there is a lot of willingness among the teams that Portugal be chosen for the calendar and we are working very hard and doing everything we can to have the F1 in our race track.
"We are the option that everyone wants, from the location, the track, the large facilities that allow greater safety distance, the climate, the hotels and the reduced impact in the country of COVID-19.
"Any decision only will be made in July."
Ross Brawn has recently stated that there are various options for European Races but nothing has been confirmed as of yet.