Coronavirus may cause mayhem on the F1 2020 Schedule

Coronavirus may cause mayhem on the F1 2020 Schedule

Coronavirus may cause mayhem on the F1 2020 Schedule

Thus the only one race of F1 series had postponed, however, there could be more schedule juggling along the way.

The first race of Formula 1 Australian GP only seven days away, there are a larger number of inquiries than answers with regards to the overall coronavirus plague and how it will influence a racing series that depends on traveling around the world and mixing staff deported from countries is pretentious by the infection.

Professor Gerard Saillant said that we did meetings in Paris on a daily basis to observe the developing circumstance. The leader of the FIA Medical Commission, who seats the gatherings. We are following the instructions given by the government facilitating the event and the World Health Organization. We have also introduced an internal strategy for our employees, which incorporates travel. This regards French and Swiss suggestions.

The series does its best to keep on the business as usual in F1 - as much as possible under the situations.

The F1 teams already leaving for Australia, the race will happen on 15 March 2020, after a week F1 Bahrain race will take place on 22nd March while the first race Vietnamese Grand Prix date was changed now it will be held on 5th April.

F1 officials still do not discuss about the virus that how it affects on the F1 Schedule 2020.

The Formula 1 group has not responded to several requests from Autoweek, however, the CEO Chase Carey told Sky TV that situations is an under control and the teams are planning to be as prepared as possible for the calendar as the Chinese Grand Prix is already canceled.

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