Masters Historic Racing has announced two new UK dates for race meetings at Donington Park in July and Brands Hatch in August.
Masters' original race meetings at both tracks were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but Masters has now confirmed new dates to get its European racing season up and running.
The Masters Historic Race Weekend at Donington Park will now take place on 18-19 July, shortly followed by the Masters Historic Festival at Brands Hatch on 22-23 August.
A Masters spokesperson said: "Unfortunately, at the moment both events will take place behind closed doors so our fans and spectators won't be able to come and enjoy the racing, but we hope that racers are ready to get their race car out and go racing."
Donington Park will now be the start of the Masters 2020 race season and will include the opening rounds of the 2020 FIA Historic Championships for Historic Formula One and Historic Sports Cars.
Other races will include the Aston Martin Masters Endurance Legends, Gentlemen Drivers, Masters Pre-66 Touring Cars and Masters Pre-66 Minis.
The Masters Historic Festival on the Brands Hatch GP circuit includes the four regular Masters grids for F1, Sports Cars, Gentleman Drivers and Pre-66 Touring Cars as well as a Pre-66 Mini race.