F1 returned last weekend with a dramatic Austrian Grand Prix kicking off a truncated season following the coronavirus pandemic.
The Styrian Grand Prix is next up and viewers will be hoping it is as exciting as the opening race at the Red Bull Ring.
Valtteri Bottas took the chequered flag while a five-second penalty saw Lewis Hamilton drop to fourth, allowing fellow Brit Lando Norris to pick up a podium place.
But just how will F1's first ever Styrian Grand Prix work and where will it be held?
What is the F1 Styrian Grand Prix?
The F1 Styrian Grand Prix has been added to the calendar for the first time as Formula One looks to hold as many races as possible while complying with coronavirus travel restrictions.
Also known as the Steiermark Grand Prix, it is named after the region in Austria around the city of Graz, where it will take place.
All drivers, crew and reporters will remain in a bubble and be unable to fly in and out for the duration of the Austrian, Styrian and Hungarian Grand Prix, which are being held across three straight weeks.
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Which track is holding the F1 Styrian Grand Prix?
The Styrian Grand Prix is taking place at... the Red Bull Ring.
Drivers will reconvene at the same venue that is holding the Austrian Grand Prix and do it all again a week later.
The Red Bull Ring is not the only track which will host two Grand Prix races this season.
A week after August's British Grand Prix, drivers will be back at Silverstone for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, celebrating F1's creation in 1950.