Formula 1 today presented its new racing calendar, which was clearly shaken up by the corona pandemic.
The start of the new season with the Bahrain Grand Prix has been postponed by a week and is no longer on March 21st, but on March 28th. The reason for this should be the strict corona regulations in Australia. With the changed start date, there will also be changes in the second half of the year. The originally planned race in Melbourne, for example, wants to catch up in November, as is the case new calendar can be found.
The Chinese Grand Prix, which was scheduled for April 11th, is said to be canceled. A potential catch-up date in the second half of the year is currently not known. The Formula 1 reports that they are currently in negotiations. On April 18, after a break, a race will take place in Imola / Italy. Meanwhile, on May 2, there is still a gap in the calendar. The venue for this date has not yet been finalized.
Formula 1 published an updated calendar with all races and changed dates today online on Twitter.
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