Formula One has confirmed that the Dutch, Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix have all been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The three races were due to take place in May, meaning the earliest the new season can now start is on June 7 in Azerbaijan.
The announcement follows a conference call involving FIA president Jean Todt, F1 bosses Chase Carey and Ross Brawn and the 10 team principals yesterday.
A joint statement from F1 and the FIA read: "In view of the continued global spread of COVID-19 and after ongoing discussions with Formula One and the three promoters, it has today been confirmed that the Dutch Grand Prix 2020, Spanish Grand Prix 2020 and Monaco Grand Prix 2020 will be postponed.
"The FIA and Formula One expect to begin the 2020 Championship season as soon as it is safe to do so after May and will continue to regularly monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation."