Chase Carey CEO wrote a letter of apology to fans when the Formula 1 (F1) 2020 was hit by the Covid-19 epidemic.
There are at least 17-18 races in 2020′ season.
Formula 1 (F1) 2020 CEO Ross Brawn is confident that he will arrange a reasonable schedule after the race is affected by Covid-19.
“Maybe we’ll have a break. Stop for a bit and we’ll tell ourselves: ‘Okay, we don’t have any races at the beginning of the year but we will move those events to the end of the year’. I think If we take advantage of summer vacation in August, we have many options to arrange the time of the races, “Brawn said.
Racing teams cleaned up their stuff and left Melbourne after GP Australia was canceled.
Formula 1 (F1) 2020 will cease operations until the end of March. Members of racing teams flew home after GP Australia was canceled and GP Bahrain and Vietnam were delayed. According to experts, GP Azerbaijan in early June is a reasonable time for the season to start again.
“I believe that we can create a good schedule for the rest of this year’s season. It will be different from previous years but will still include exciting races and ensure the number of races,” Brawn said.
“This year’s season will begin later but the level of appeal won’t go đown. I’m quite optimistic that this season will have 17-18 or more races. I think we can compress the schedule, but it does. It depends on when the season starts, “he continued.
Initially, the Formula 1 (F1) 2020 had 22 races. But after GP Australia was canceled, GP Bahrain, Vietnam and China were delayed, the tournament had only 18 stages.
The organizers of the Dutch and Spanish stages are discussing with Formula 1 (F1) 2020 to postpone or cancel the race. Monaco is also at risk of the same fate. However, the marathon at Monte Carlo is of great commercial value with Formula 1 (F1) operating company – Liberty Media. Therefore, it is reported that F1 leaders are trying to salvage this race.
Director of Formula 1 (F1) sent his apology to racing fans
“To Formula 1 (F1)fans. We want to share a few thoughts and views from last week, regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. First and foremost, our first priority is health and safety. safety of the fans, Formula 1 (F1) racing teams and organizers, as well as the whole community, “Mr. Chase Carey wrote.
“We’ve apologized to the enthusiast fans affected by the cancellation of the Grand Prix Australia, as well as the postponement of other races. Those decisions were made by Formula1 (F1), FIA and local institutional partners in the wake of the epidemic. but we believe these are the right and necessary decisions we want to share with people affected by the disease, including members of the Formula 1 (F1) family “he continued.
Formula1 (F1) 2020 has affirmed that the 2020 season will take place as expected. But after racing teams flew to Melbourne to prepare for GP Australia, they were forced to cancel the race because of Covid-19’s spread, after some members of the McLaren team were infected with the virus. The next stages – Bahrain, China and Vietnam – are all postponed and the season is likely to start only in June.
“We know that everybody wants to get the exact information of what will happen next to the Formula1 (F1) 2020 season. We cannot give the details today because of the current situation. However, we have already planned. We have been contacting experts and officials every day to evaluate the plans for the next few months, and we will continue to update them. update your information as soon as possible. We are grateful for your support and understanding, wish you and your family all the best, “Formula 1 (F1) executive wrote.
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