Preparations for the season are well underway

Every one of the four races will keep going for 20 laps, every worth a most extreme 75 focuses for the victor. A year ago the blended separation races implied 50 focuses and 100 focuses were accessible over the short and long races. A 15-car S5000 grid is expected at the Formula 1 next month where the series will host its first official round. Debuting last season, the category Australian Grand Prix 2020 hosted two non-championship events, the first at Sandown and the second at The Bend as part of the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships.

The coming year marks its first as a fully-fledged competition, with six rounds spanning from Albert Park in March to Sandown in September. “There’s 12 cars committed to the Grand Prix,” said GRM’s Barry Rogers.
A final non-championship event is set for the Bathurst International in mid-November. Preparations for the season are well underway, with Garry Rogers Motorsport having taken delivery of three new chassis in recent weeks. That takes the total number of available cars to 17, with the majority expected to be in action at Albert Park.“There’s no doubt we’ll certainly have 15, possibly 17, but there will be a minimum of 15.”
Rogers expects the bulk, if not the entirety, Australian Grand Prix 2020 Live of the field to feature local racers looking to compete in the full season, and will only explore bringing in an international guest driver following an open test at the end of the month.