The begin of the Formula One season has been delayed after the Australian Grand Prix was postponed from March to November due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Australian race in Melbourne has been rescheduled from March 21 to Nov. 21. The Chinese GP has additionally been delayed however no new date has been set for the race. Strict journey restrictions for the pandemic make Australia and China among the many hardest international locations for F1 groups to enter.
The season will begin with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 28 at Sakhir, lower than 4 months after the identical venue held two races as a part of the 2020 season.
A race has been added on the Imola observe in Italy on April 18, every week after the scheduled date for the Chinese Grand Prix. There is a vacant slot May 2.
Postponing the Australian GP additionally means pushing again the top of the season in Abu Dhabi by every week to Dec. 12.
The pandemic has disrupted the F1 season two years operating. Last 12 months’s race in Australia was canceled after one group member examined optimistic for the coronavirus. Fans had been making ready to enter the circuit on the time for Friday apply
That began a cascade of postponements and cancelations which meant the rescheduled 2020 season didn’t begin till July. There was a compressed 17-race schedule by way of December with all races in Europe or the Middle East.
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