Formula 1 announced today that the Turkish Grand Prix will return to its calendar this year as well, with the race in Istanbul Park taking place in early October, the three days originally scheduled to host the Singapore Grand Prix.
Following the announcement of the cancellation of the race at Singapore’s Marina Bay on Sunday 3 October we will see F1 drivers racing on the track just outside of Istanbul, where Lewis Hamilton won his seventh World Championship title last year.
Let me remind you that Turkey had announced that it would host this year’s match between June 11 and 13, taking the place of the Canadian GP, which was canceled due to restrictive measures for the coronavirus. However, a few weeks later it became known that it was canceled for the same reasons.
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