Formula 1-race in the Netherlands, Spain and Monaco postponed

Formula 1 is one of many sports that are hit by the coronavirus. this Weekend's grandprix in Australia was cancelled shortly before its beginning, and by the

Formula 1-race in the Netherlands, Spain and Monaco postponed

Formula 1 is one of many sports that are hit by the coronavirus. this Weekend's grandprix in Australia was cancelled shortly before its beginning, and by the

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
19 mart 2020 Thursday 12:00
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Formula 1-race in the Netherlands, Spain and Monaco postponed

Formula 1 is one of many sports that are hit by the coronavirus.

this Weekend's grandprix in Australia was cancelled shortly before its beginning, and by the same token, were the races in China, Bahrain and Vietnam postponed.

But there waiting several postponements yet.

Thursday's report, the organisation behind the Formula 1 in a press release, the Dutch Grand Prix, Spain Grand Prix and the Monaco Grand Prix will also be moved.

the Reason: the Spread of the coronavirus at the global level.

- the Formula 1, the FIA and the three organisers have taken decisions with the desire to ensure the health and safety of all the travellers staff, the WORLD cup participants and fans, which is our primary concern, it sounds.

The Dutch grandprix at the Zandvoort has not been on the calendar since 1985 and should have done the comeback in the first weekend in may.

But they must wait yet a space of time in the Netherlands before they can once again boast of being the hosts for a Formula 1 race.

Kevin Magnussen and the other Formula 1 drivers got tested the new cars at the Circuit de Catalunya - but the race on the track north of Barcelona is like many others has been postponed. Photo: Jan Sommer

the Week after having to suffer so as to be continued to Spain, but it does not run the race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya at the scheduled time.

The legendary contest in the principality of Monaco was chosen to be held over the weekend 21.-24. may, but not here will the original plan be applicable.

the Organisation behind the Formula 1 shall also provide on its website that all three organizers will try to find new dates for the settlement of the races. The FIA expects to start the 2020 season, as soon as it is possible and safe manner according to safety.

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Updated: 19.03.2020 12:00
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