Not Possible that Australian GP played behind closed doors

Not Possible that Australian GP played behind closed doors

Not Possible that Australian GP played behind closed doors

•    Australian GP will take place as scheduled in spite of coronavirus fears
•    Alpha and Ferrari reached in Melbourne

F1 Italian cars have reached in Australia and it is impossible to cancel or postpon F1 season first round, or take place behind closed doors although the coronavirus fear is raised day by day.

On Monday CEO of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation Andrew Westacott said that the race will take place as scheduled at Albert Park, after that the next race was declared on the schedule 2020 the Bahrain Grand Prix which schedule for 22nd March 2020 will be held without audiences present. Chinese GP race has already postponed, which will happen in April.

The spreading of virus raised concerns about whether the Australian Grand Prix would be influenced, however, when asked about the chance of Melbourne following Bahrain GP without spectators, Westacott was unyielding it would not.

The most motivating thing is Italian cargo. The Ferrari cars and the Alpha Tauri cars on their way from Avalon airport right now, The main workforce are on their planes.

 Surprisingly, the only two drivers who were not coming from Italy include Sebastian Vettel who comes from Switzerland and Charles Leclerc who comes from Monaco. All other drivers on the way and they will reach within 12 or 24 hours.

The minister of health Jenny Mikakos said the truth, that there is no case reported yet of virus transmission in people in Victoria, so that means the Australian Grand Prix will go ahead.
 

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