On April 27, Mr. Chase Carey, F1 president sent a letter to his partners to announce that the race of theF1 2020 season can start right in the year.
A bright perspective for F1 opened?
“The French Grand Prix race, scheduled to be held at the end of June, has also been announced to be canceled. However, we are still confident with the plan to start this season in Europe in July, August and August. 9 with the first race scheduled to take place in Austria from July 3-5.
The next F1 2020 season races are scheduled to take place in continental Asia – Europe (Eurasia), Asia and the United States in September, October and November. The season will end in December with the Bahrain and Abu Dhabi races with a total of about 15 to 18 races. We will announce the final schedule as soon as possible, “Mr. Carey wrote.
Mr. Carey also shared that the organizers have devised plans and operating procedures for racing teams and organizational units to ensure the health of the community.
A number of new technical, sporting, and financial regulations are also discussed by F1, the International Automobile Federation, and racing teams. This will help increase competition and attractiveness on the track as well as create a safer, healthier for the participating teams.
The F1 president is confident that the 2020 season will return to the fans soon
Like many other sports, F1 2020 season is also being postponed due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic. Most recently, the French Grand Prix race, scheduled to be held in late June 2020, has also been announced to be canceled. Prior to this information, F1 Chairman Mr. Chase Carey sent his message to partners, in which, he was also optimistic that the season might return soon this year.
In a statement issued yesterday morning, April 27, CEO Chase Carey said that it is expected that the first races will take place in Europe in July, August, and early September, with no audience to watch live. Then it will go to the races in Asia and the Americas, then end in the Middle East.
The opening stage will be in Austria on July 3-5, which will not open for the audience to see and reduce the number of race staff to meet the local government’s regulations in the prevention of COVID. -19.
Bahrain and Abu Dhabi will be the venue for the final races of the season, scheduled for December. The official schedule will be announced as soon as the organizers agree.
As a rule, F1 2020 season must have at least 8 stages on 3 continents to be recognized as a world championship in 2020.
Mr. Carey said the first stages will not have a live audience, but hopefully, when the next stages take place, countries will loosen rules to limit crowds so that organizers can open them. door to the audience to watch live at the racetrack.
The F1 2020 season organizers still have a lot of work to deal with, such as schedules for teams and other partners to enter and operate in each country.
The health and safety of all participants will be a priority of the organizers.
Up to the present time, this year’s F1 2020 season has had 10 races postponed or canceled due to the Covid-19 epidemic, including those in Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam, China, the Netherlands, and Spain. , Monaco, Azerbaijan, Canada, and France.
By the end of yesterday, April 27, the world has recorded more than 3 million cases of Covid-19, including more than 209,000 deaths.
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