The Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix organizers have announced on the race’s official website that they will not hold the race scheduled for November.
|There is no F1 race in Australia this year (Image: AFP)|
According to the announcement, the decision was made in consultation with local authorities and F1. The Australian Grand Prix will be missed due to restrictions and logistical obstacles due to the coronavirus.
The Australian race was the 21st leg of the 2021 World Cup.
Stefano Domenicali, F1’s managing director, has betrayed them that they are trying to find another location instead of Australia.
The Australian Grand Prix in 2020 has also been delayed due to the pandemic.
Like F1, the Australian MotoGP weekend has been cancelled. The organizers of the World Speed Championship have already stepped in, to present the Malaysian Grand Prix a week earlier, which will take place on October 24, according to the current situation, while another round in Portugal, called the Algarve GP, will take place on November 7.
– F1 Australian Grand Prix (@ausgrandprix) 6 July 2021
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