The Chinese Grand Prix promoters and Formula 1 are expected to announced a new deal to continue the event until 2025.
Formula 1’s Chinese Grand Prix, which was officially “postponed” in February following the Covid-19 outbreak, is facing cancellation.
China’s sporting authority has announced it will cancel almost all international sporting events, casting fresh doubt over this year’s postponed Formula 1 race in Shanghai.
Imola has offered to replace China’s postponed race. But as long as F1’s priority is getting Shanghai back on the calendar, it won’t happen.
Four new dates have been mooted for China’s grand prix, which has been postponed due to the Covid-19 coronavirus, but all present obstacles F1 may be unable to overcome.
The fourth round of the 2020 F1 season at the Shanghai International Circuit has been postponed following the coronavirus outbreak.
Could Russia really bring its F1 race forward by five months to allow the Chinese Grand Prix to be postponed due to the coronavirus? Don’t count on it, says Dieter Rencken.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been officially ratified by the sport’s governing body, the FIA, and features a record-breaking 22 races.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been announced, containing a record 22 races including new rounds in Vietnam and the Netherlands, but no German Grand Prix.