F1: A Kanadai Nagydíjat is elhalasztották

F1: The Canadian Grand Prix has also been postponed

What was expected happened: The organizers decided to postpone the Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix, scheduled for the weekend from June 12-14.

With the Montreal race postponed, the first nine races of the record-breaking 2020 Formula 1 season, originally scheduled for 22 laps, were knocked out.


The original opening match of the season, the Australian Grand Prix, was canceled at the location in Melbourne just hours before the start of the first free practice after a McLaren team member, who has since been diagnosed with symptoms and been at home, was diagnosed with the Coronavirus. . The Chinese Grand Prix was postponed again in February, when the epidemic broke out, and after the failure of Melbourne, Bahrain, newcomer Vietnam, and the Netherlands returned after a decade and a half, and Spain and the Spanish Grand Prix were postponed, and this year in the Monaco competition was canceled. Then, a few weeks ago, it was also announced that the Grand Prix of Azerbaijan was postponed, followed by today’s decision in Montreal.

The 2020 F1 season will start with the French Grand Prix scheduled for last weekend in June, but at the moment it’s tough to achieve.

The last known position of Formula 1 management is that they want to keep 15-18 races off-season, at an intense pace, here and there, or even everywhere with short two-day weekends, and possibly postponing the end of the season to January 2021.

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In addition to the announcement of the Canadian Grand Prix, after a conference call yesterday from F1 management, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) and the teams, the factory shutdown was officially extended tonight for a period of three weeks, which was introduced from March to April, to a full five weeks to cut Costs. Teams cannot work.

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