Formula 1 Season first three races under the risk due to Coronavirus

Formula 1 Season first three races under the risk due to Coronavirus

Formula 1 Season first three races under the risk due to Coronavirus

•    Australian, Bahrain and Vietnam GPs have chances to cancelled
•    China Grand Prix already postponed due to virus (Coronavirus)

The Formula 1 starting three races are under the risk of Coronavirus as it spread speedily in China and outside China. Australian, Bahrain and Vietnam Grand Prix are under threat so it may be canceled.


The China GP has already postponed, however, the rapidly spreading of the infection in Italy and Japan has created more tension that the first three F1 races Australian, Bahrain, and Vietnam may also be pretentious. Ferrari declared on Wednesday the postponement of non-critical business travel as well as restriction of outside access to its factory in Maranello. There were 322 coronavirus cases and 12 deaths in northern Italy. The Alpha Tauri team is also based in Italy, in Faenza, 124 miles from Codogno.


The Australian Grand Prix is traditionally the first race of the season and takes place on March 15 in Melbourne. A week later, the Bahrain GP will follow on March 22nd. The Vietnam GP will take place in Hanoi on April 5th.

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