FIA races and Coronavirus information

Taisiya Lavi 7:34 PM

Dear friend! 
Due to coronavirus infection' risk increased almost all racing series canceled.
The first decision entered on March 13, there was decided to end Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix. After this, the following races were stopped: IndyCar, WTCR, DTM, Formula 1, Formula E, WEC, and others.
Check the calendars on my blog. Only one championship is currently being held, WRC Mexico. But the next round in Portugal also being canceled. These actions introduced until April. Unfortunately, it seems the cancellation will be in effect until June
We continue to monitoring information, so this post will be updating and here is a full racing calendar 2020.

However, I want to be sure that you remember the main rules before you leave this page. 
1. Keep calm, don't pay attention to the media and hype, around the coronavirus. 
2. Be sure to wash your hands, use antibacterial wipes and sanitizer liquid. Do not forget to wipe your smartphone, bag, headphones, after visiting the public areas. 
3 Try do not to visit the public areas during rushing hours. Don't forget to throw your clothes in the washing machine if you 've been in public areas. 

One last thing. 
Don't upset about races canceled, now we have free time. So, do load Netflix, get your PC games! What else you can do during such a long break, I will write in the next post.

Thank you for reading, take care of yourself!

19/03 In view of the continued global spread of COVID-19 and after ongoing discussions with the FIA and the three promoters, it has today been confirmed that the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2020, Formula 1 Gran Premio De España 2020 and Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco 2020 will be postponed. - F1 official


20/03 The Dutch and Spanish Grands Prix have been postponed and the Monaco Grand Prix cancelled due to the global spread of the coronavirus. The news follows the cancellation of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix last week, and the postponement of the Chinese, Bahrain and Vietnam Grands Prix. - F1.com
20/03 Formula 1 is to run a series of Esports Virtual Grands Prix this year, featuring a number of the current drivers, in a bid to entertain fans while many F1 races canceled.  The current Formula 1 drivers will take place on the same days when the real grand Prix were due to happen. The events will be broadcast on F1's official Youtube channel.  Official start at 22 March 
22/03 Baku GP set to be postponed imminently. Baku’s postponement means that the first scheduled event in now the Canadian Grand Prix on June 14, but there is no guarantee that that event will be able to go ahead.
22/03 Was held first-ever virtual GP Formula 1 drivers participating.  
22/03 Baku GP canceled.
25/03 Le Mans 24 hours postponed to August
29/03 After two rounds of entertaining racing in Veloce Esports’ #NotTheGP series, its new Veloce Pro Series will raise the level of simulation for its drivers. Esports races become more popular.

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