F1 is pushing to start a 15-to-18 race season with the Austrian Grand Prix at the start of July, running the race behind closed doors amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The opening set of European races through July, August and September are expected to be run without fans until national restrictions allow large public gatherings.
Renault F1 driver Ocon said having a potential starting point for the season is “very, very important” to offer focus - but anticipated a strange atmosphere racing without fans.
“I would love to be back racing. I’m hearing lots of rumours that we could race there, do two races in one place,” Ocon said in an interview on Sky Sports.
“I’m sure everything is going to be well-organised for us to restart at some point, and it’s going to be safe for us to do so when we are going to do it.
“If that’s the only way we can restart, I would be very happy to do so.
“We will miss the fans, we will miss the interaction with them at the track. It’s going to be a very weird atmosphere.
“As long as we can put a good show on for them on TV, it would be better than nothing.”
Fans in a grandstand
Sam Bloxham / Motorsport Images