Tuesday, January 12, 2021 19:02 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, F1 racing news) The organizers of Formula 1 racing have officially postponed 2 races in Australia and China due to the complicated effects of Covid-19 epidemic.
According to the revised schedule that the F1 Organizing Committee has just announced, two races in Australia and China will be forced to change the plan. Accordingly, the Covid-19 epidemic is still very complicated and F1 2021 will be forced to postpone the time to hold two races in Australia and China.
F1 organizers have just announced the postponement of two major races of the 2021 season
In the latest meeting, F1 organizers announced that the traditional opening race in Melbourne city (Australia, previously scheduled for March 12) will be delayed to November. Thus, the F1 season. will now start with the Bahrain race on March 28.
Meanwhile, the Shanghai (China) race on April 11 will be postponed until another race changes the schedule. These are changes to match the new Australian and Chinese government quarantine rules.
Australia and China have not escaped “bad luck” when the two races were canceled last year for the same reason. However, the F1 Organizing Committee is still confident in the ability to organize the full 23 races this season.
Thus, the F1 stars will start the race for the title in Bahrain, followed by the race in Imola (Italy) on April 18. The 2021 season is scheduled to end at the racecourse in Abu Dhabi on December 5.
F1 2021 still wants to organize the full 23 races
“This is the right decision and we would like to thank the F1 organizers for their cooperation to change the schedule for the 2021 season. F1 is one of the biggest sporting events in the world. we just want to make sure it can be safely and successfully played out by November, “Victoria State Major Events Minister Martin Pakula said after F1’s new announcement.
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