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F1 Considers Second 2021 Race for U.S. Following Singapore Grand Prix Cancellation

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  • The F1 Singapore Grand Prix has been canceled, leading to speculation that a second race in the United States could make sense to Formula 1.
  • The F1 race at Austin, Texas, is scheduled for Oct. 24. The Oct. 17 date on the F1 schedule is currently open.
  • Indianapolis is also rumored to be in the discussion as a possible site for a Formula 1 make-up race this fall.

    Singapore’s loss could be a gain for the United States.

    More to the point, with the announcement that the F1 Singapore Grand Prix has been canceled for 2021, an opening has popped up that could mean a second race in 2021 for the United States.

    Formula 1, which is determined to get in 23 races, continues to struggle with its calendars because of the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions and quarantine requirements in multiple countries. It is far more difficult this year than last because of the constantly-shifting rules and the paperwork involved in moving the F1 circus from country to country.

    “We thought that this year would be tough at the start of the year and then get easier as the situation improved,” said F1’s sporting director Steve Nielsen, “But the reality is that it is getting more and more difficult.”

    This is because of the different variants that mean that countries are protecting their borders from foreign visitors. Most of the races now and being run only thanks to government exemptions.

    The one place where restrictions are more limited is he United States, where things are returning to normal more rapidly than elsewhere, even if deaths are still running at more than 500 a day. In Australia, for example, the whole state of Victoria (where Melbourne is located) was locked down last week because of 60 cases. You can all it over-reaction if you like, but Australia’s death total in the last 15 months has been only 910 people.

    However, it means that the rescheduled Australian Grand Prix and several other races probably won’t happen. F1 is particularly worried about Australia, Brazil and Japan. And there are also question about Mexico. There are races in China and Turkey waiting in the wings to step in if gaps appear, but that still will not get the sport to 23 races.

    In Baku, site of this weekend’s F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix there were rumors that we might see two races this year in the United States, as a result of the ongoing problems. One suggestion is that F1 could go to Indianapolis and use the road course, while another idea is to have two races back-to-back at Circuit of the Americas in Austin.

    F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali would not confirm nor deny the stories.

    “We’ll see what happens,” he says. “Things are changing all the time.”

    The F1 United States Grand Prix at Austin is scheduled for Oct. 24. Singapore was slated for Oct. 3. Japan is currently scheduled for Oct. 10.

    Oct. 17 is currently an open weekend on the F1 schedule.

    The appetite to go to Indy is not great in F1 circles. It is not a destination city in the same way as Miami or Las Vegas, but if there is the possibility to have a race and there is money to pay for it – there are no free races this year – then F1 will certainly look at it.

    The sport is keen to embrace those who have had their interest in F1 sparked by the Netflix Series “F1 Drive to Survive” and want to know more about F1. This new interest is being seen in F1 viewing figures in the U.S., which are on the rise.

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    Singapore GP cancelled for second year in a row

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    The Singapore Formula One Grand Prix has been cancelled for the second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic, race organisers said in a statement on Friday.

    The BBC and Sky television had earlier reported the Oct. 1-3 night race at the Marina Bay circuit was off due to immigration restrictions.

    “To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore,” said Colin Syn, deputy chairman of Singapore GP Pte Ltd.

    “We would not be able to deliver a full event experience fans have come to expect over the years, while safeguarding the health and safety of our fans, contractors, volunteers and staff.”

    The race attracts tens of thousands of fans from around the world, with concerts and other entertainment around the sidelines.

    Tickets for this year’s race had yet to go on sale.

    Singapore follows Canada off the calendar and is unlikely to be the last to fall victim of the pandemic with Japan, Brazil, Mexico and Australia all looking uncertain from the original list of 23 rounds.

    Australia has already been rescheduled to November but travel to the country is heavily restricted.

    A Formula One spokesman said the sport had alternatives to fill the gap.

    “We continue to work with all promoters during this fluid time and have plenty of options to adapt if needed,” he said.

    Turkey, which had been due to replace Canada but was then also scrapped, would be a possible stand-in with talk also of China making a return and a second potential race in the United States.

    Austin, Texas, is due to host the U.S. Grand Prix in late October but could step up with a double-header although there has also been speculation that Indianapolis is under consideration.

    That might appeal to the sport’s U.S.-based commercial rights holders Liberty Media.

    Formula One faces a separate challenge with the Dutch authorities telling Formula One that all working staff attending the race at Zandvoort in September must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

    Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said that could pose a problem for younger team members still waiting for a jab.

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    The Singapore Grand Prix will not take place for the second year in a row due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The race’s cancellation was confirmed in a statement issued by the promoters on Friday.

    “We understand that our fans were looking forward to another edition of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix” said the deputy chairman of Singapore GP Pte Ltd Colin Syn.

    “To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore.”

    “We would not be able to deliver a full event experience [that] fans have come to expect over the years, while safeguarding the health and safety of our fans, contractors, volunteers and staff,” he added. “Ultimately, we have to be responsible, cautious and prudent as safety is our number one concern.

    “We are grateful for the support of Singaporeans, stakeholders and local businesses who have helped contribute to the success of the night race. Needless to say, we look forward to the safe return of Formula 1 racing against the spectacular Marina Bay skyline.”

    2021 F1 calendarNo tickets for this year’s race, which was due to take place on October 3rd, had been put on sale. The promoter said all ticket holders for the 2020 race who deferred their attendance to this year will receive full refunds.

    RaceFans understands Formula 1 is considering a number of possible replacements for the race. One option begin considered, in order to ensure the 2021 F1 calendar retains all 23 scheduled rounds, is an extra race in the United States of America.

    A second US race would most likely take place at the Circuit of the Americas, which is already due to hold one round on October 24th. The additional round would take place a week before that. This solution would involve moving Japan’s round of the championship forward by a week into the slot originally held by Singapore.

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    Another alternative could see the Chinese Grand Prix, which was originally due to take place in April before it was cancelled, being reinstated to the calendar in place of Singapore’s round. This could also involve an exchange of dates with Japan’s race.

    A further possibility could see the race move to Turkey, which held a round of the world championship last year. The Istanbul Park circuit was previously slated as a replacement for the cancelled Canadian Grand Prix this year, but was pulled from the calendar after the British government imposed new travel restrictions on the country.

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    • Title sponsor last month reported a loss of US$3.2 billion
    • F1 considering a number of replacements for the race

    Formula One’s Singapore Grand Prix has been cancelled due to safety and logistic concerns connected to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

    The race was scheduled for 3rd October and would have served as the 16th round of the global motorsport series’ 2021 championship.

    According to BBC Sport, Formula One is considering Turkey, China and a second race at Austin in the USA as replacements for the Singapore event.

    In a statement on behalf of race organisers Singapore GP Pte Ltd, deputy chairman Colin Syn said: “Given the evolving and unpredictable pandemic situation around the world, it has become increasingly challenging to stage a complex multi-faceted event for tens of thousands of local and overseas spectators.

    “We understand that our fans were looking forward to another edition of the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore.”

    The organisers also said any decision to continue hosting the Singapore Grand Prix beyond this year will rest on the direction of Formula One and not the pandemic.

    Ong Ling Lee, director of sports for the Singapore Tourism Board, added: “Since 2008, the Formula One race has generated benefits for both Singapore and the Formula One franchise, with many local businesses actively involved in race preparations and operations. We are working closely with Singapore GP, Formula One and other government agencies to determine the future of the race.”

    Last year’s night race was also cancelled due to the Covid-19 outbreak, while this year’s event was scheduled to be the last under a four-year extension signed in 2017.

    National carrier Singapore Airlines signed on as the title sponsor of the Singapore race in 2014, and has since renewed the deal every two years.

    According to The Straits Times, Singapore Airlines’ deal for the first two years was believed to be worth between US$10 million and US$15 million annually, and reported at US$10 million a year for the next two years. The value of the 2018/2019 contract has not been disclosed.

    The event’s title sponsor last month reported a loss of US$3.2 billion, its second consecutive yearly deficit. Without a domestic market, Singapore Airlines has been one of the hardest hit carriers in terms of passenger traffic.

    The last Singapore race in 2019 pulled in a three-day total attendance of 268,000 fans, the second highest attendance after the 300,000 that attended the first race in 2008.

    As the only night race and Asia’s only Formula One street race, the Singapore Grand Prix has grown to become a marquee event on the race calendar.

    Tickets for this year’s race had not been released for sale, pending the decision on the event’s feasibility.

    F1 race in Singapore canceled over pandemic concerns

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    Published 1:30 p.m. ET June 4, 2021

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Formula One on Friday canceled the Singapore Grand Prix for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    The street course race in Singapore under floodlights had been scheduled for Oct. 3.

    Singapore has largely relied on tight entry restrictions and contact tracing to keep infections low during the pandemic. Organizers said they would not be able to deliver “a full event experience fans have come to expect over the years, while safeguarding the health and safety of our fans, contractors, volunteers and staff.”

    “We understand that our fans were looking forward to another edition of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix,” said Colin Syn, deputy chairman of the Singapore GP. “To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore.

    The pandemic has already caused numerous changes to the 2021 calendar. The season-opener in Australia was postponed from March to November and the Canadian Grand Prix set for June 13 was canceled. Two other races in China and Turkey were postponed indefinitely.

    As speculation mounted earlier Friday about Singapore’s imminent removal from the schedule, reports indicated F1 might schedule a second event in the United States this season. The series is scheduled to race at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, on Oct. 24.

    The 2021 Singapore Grand Prix was scheduled to race Oct. 3 between the Russian and Japanese grand prix. The current schedule has a two-week window between the Oct. 10 race in Japan and the Oct. 24 race in Austin. After the Texas race, F1 travels to Mexico City the following week.

    COTA Chairman Bobby Epstein told The Associated Press discussions of a second race in the U.S., or a second race at COTA, are “paddock rumors.”

    Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosted F1 from 2000 to 2007 and new track owner Roger Penske wants the series back at the speedway. Penske told AP “we’re not in any position at the moment” to host F1 in 2021.

    Indianapolis last weekend hosted 135,000 spectators for the Indianapolis 500 for the largest sporting event in the world since the start of the pandemic.

    In the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, Formula One held consecutive races at Austria’s Red Bull Ring, Silverstone in England and the Bahrain International Circuit. In each case, the season calendar was arranged to allow two weeks at each track.

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    Report – Singapore Grand Prix cancelled for 2021

    The Singapore Grand Prix will not be returning to the Formula 1 calendar for 2021 after all with the event cancelled for another year.

    This news was reported by BBC Sport, who state that Formula 1 bosses are now assessing their options to replace the race, which was set to be Round 16 of the Formula 1 season.

    Singapore has long since enforced strict rules on immigration, as well as their detailed test-and-trace system, and so the Singapore authorities have ruled that it is not possible to hold a Grand Prix this season.

    Shortly after official confirmation arrived that there would be no 2021 Singapore Grand Prix.

    “To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore,” the statement read.

    “Ultimately, we have to be responsible, cautious and prudent as safety is our number 1 concern.”

    One of the potential replacement options which was mentioned recently was Mugello, with mayor of Scarperia and San Piero Federico Ignesti, the municipality where Mugello Circuit is located, confirming that the venue was “ready” to negotiate with Liberty Media if they wanted to open talks.

    2020’s Tuscan Grand Prix marked Formula 1’s first visit to the track, a chaotic race from which Lewis Hamilton emerged victorious.

    BBC Sport do not though list Mugello in their pool of potential replacements.

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    Instead, they state that the Turkish Grand Prix is one of the races being considered. This was initially confirmed as the replacement for the cancelled Canadian Grand Prix, but the Turkish GP then met the same fate shortly after due to rising Covid cases in the country.

    Another potential replacement listed is the Chinese Grand Prix, which was cancelled for 2020 and then did not feature on the provisional 2021 calendar.

    A double-header at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas is also mentioned, and this is the option which BBC Sport say is “especially appealing” to Liberty Media.

    “If that happens, the first race would likely be on 15-17 October, the weekend before the US Grand Prix, which is on 22-24 October,” the report states.

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    Singapore Formula 1 2021 (Singapore, Singapore) — Grand Prix Experience

    Can I Park at the Track?

    Due to road closures, parking near the circuit is very limited.

    Is There Reserved Seating?

    All grandstand ticketing comes with an unobstructed reserved seat.

    Does the Circuit Have Disabled / Reduced-Mobility Access?

    Wheelchair Accessible Platform tickets are available for disabled spectators. There are multiple handicap accessible restrooms within the circuit.

    Is There Food at the Track?

    Spectators will find food and drink stalls around Marina Bay Street Circuit. Padang, Zone 4, and Zone 1 offer the best selection. Asian cuisine will be a trackside selection in the “hawker” villages.

    What Should I Bring with Me?

  1. Sunscreen
  2. Bottled water: All spectators are allowed one clear plastic bottled beverage
  3. Ear plugs
  4. Portable radio and headphones
  5. What’s Prohibited at the Race?

  6. Outside food or beverage
  7. Drugs/Alcohol
  8. Weapons/Firearms
  9. Fireworks
  10. Video cameras
  11. Glass bottles or containers
  12. Laser pointer
  13. Animals (except for service dogs)
  14. How Should I Dress on Race Day?

    Spectators are advised to wear “smart casual attire,” including light and loose clothing.

    What Activities Are Available at the Track?

    Spectators will find trackside concerts play race weekend. Marina Bay Street Circuit will also offer:

  15. Driver autograph sessions
  16. Illusionists
  17. Circus-cabaret acts
  18. Photo spots
  19. What’s the Best Transportation to Get to the Track?

    The best methods of transportation to Marina Bay Street Circuit include:

  20. Metro (MTR)
  21. Seven Metro stops are convenient to all nine of the circuit’s gates
    • Gate 1: Nicoll Highway/Lavender
    • Gate 2 & 9: Promenade
    • Gate 3A,3B: City Hall/Esplanade
    • Gate 4, 5, & 6: Raffles Place
    • Gate 7: Esplanade
    • Gate 8 Bayfront
  22. Taxi: Inexpensive, but in short supply during race weekend
  23. What are some dining suggestions for after the Race?

    Post-race, spectators can dine at:

  24. The Obelisk
  25. Colony
  26. Edge
  27. Peng Cheng Xiao Chu
  28. Hai Tien Lo
  29. Summer Pavilion
  30. When Should I Arrive at the Track?

    All General Admission spectators are advised to arrive as early as possible to secure a spot. 90,000 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix will not take place in 2021 due to pandemic

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    MOSCOW, June 4 – RIA Novosti.The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix will not take place in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a release on the official Twitter of the organizers of the stage. The Grand Prix was to be held from October 1 to 3. The decision to cancel the stage was made for security reasons and difficulties in logistics due to restrictions imposed in Singapore as part of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. The Singapore Grand Prix, which takes place on a city circuit at night, has been on the Formula 1 calendar since 2008. Due to the pandemic, the stage will not take place for the second season in a row.As noted in the release, tickets for the stage did not go on sale this season, and holders of tickets for the 2020 season race, which were supposed to be valid in October, are fully compensated for the costs.

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    MOSCOW, June 4 – RIA Novosti. 90,098 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix will not take place in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the stage organizers said in a release on the official Twitter.

    The Grand Prix was to be held from October 1 to October 3.

    The decision to cancel the stage was made due to security reasons and difficulties in logistics due to restrictions imposed in Singapore as part of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Singapore Grand Prix, which takes place on the city circuit at night, has been included in the Formula 1 calendar since 2008.Due to the pandemic, the stage will not take place for the second season in a row.

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    As noted in the release, tickets for the stage this season were not on sale, and ticket holders for the 2020 season, which were supposed to be valid in October, are fully compensated for the costs.

    90,000 Formula 1 Season 2021:

    Championship Calendar

    Date Grand Prix Route Length Circles Distance Winner Team
    28/03 Bahrain Sahir 5412 m 56 * 308. 238 L.Hamilton Mercedes
    18/04 Emilia-Romagna Imola 4909 m 63 309.049 M. Verstappen Red Bull
    02/05 Portugal Portimao 4653 m 66 306.826 L.Hamilton Mercedes
    09/05 Spain Barcelona 4675 m 66 308. 424 L. Hamilton Mercedes
    23/05 Monaco Monaco 3337 m 78 260.286 M.Verstappen Red Bull
    06/06 Azerbaijan Baku 6003 m 51 306.049 C. Perez Red Bull
    20/06 France Paul Ricard 5842 m 53 309. 690
    27/06 Styria Spielberg 4318 m 71 306.452
    04/07 Austria Spielberg 4318 m 71 306.452
    18/07 UK Silverstone 5891 m 52 306. 198
    01/08 Hungary Hungaroring 4381 m 70 306.630
    29/08 Belgium Spa 7004 m 44 308.052
    05/09 Netherlands Zandvoort 4252 m 72 306. 144
    12/09 Italy Monza 5793 m 53 306.720
    26/09 Russia Sochi 5848 m 53 309.745
    03/10 Singapore Marina Bay 5063 m 61 308. 706 stage canceled
    10/10 Japan Suzuka 5807 m 53 307.471
    24/10 USA Austin 5513 m 56 308.896
    31/10 Mexico Mexico City 4304 m 71 305. 354
    07/11 Brazil Sao Paulo 4309 m 71 305.939
    21/11 Australia Albert Park 5303 m 58 307.574
    05/12 Saudi Arabia ** Jeddah 6175 m
    12/12 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina 5554 m 55 305. 355

    * – distance reduced due to additional warm-up lap

    ** – route homologation is required

    Schedule start times for all Grand Prix sessions during the season

    90,000 Results, starting grid, maximum speed, points, statistics Formula 1

    09 Ferrari

    1: 35’50.376

    9011 Aston 9011 9011

    9011 Aston 65119 Martin 9011 1: 34’39.629

    Mercedes

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    ’46. 354

    09

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    1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes Mercedes 66 1:421 194.761 3 25
    2 33 Max Verstappen 3500 29.148 29.148 193.765 4 18
    3 77 Valtteri Bottas 9011 9011 …951 33.530 4.382 193.616 4 16
    4 11 Sergio Perez 9011 9011

    Red11 ’11 . 156 39.735 6.205 193.406 3 12
    5 4 Landau Landau ‘22.790 51.369 11.634 193.013 3 10
    6 16 Charles Leclair Ferrari

    Ferrari

    27.202 55.781 4.412 192.864 3 8
    7 31 Esteban Okon 9011

    35.170 1’03.749 7.968 192.596 3 6
    8 14 Fernando

    14 Fernando

    Fernando

    35’36.229 1’04.808 1.059 192.560 3 4
    9 3 Daniel Ricciardo

    Daniel Riccardo

    1: 35’46. 790 1’15.369 10.561 192.207 3 2
    10 10 Pierre Gasly 1 35’47.884 1’16.463 1.094 192.170 3 1
    11 55 Carlos 9011 1’18.955 2.492 192.087 3
    12 99 Antonio Giovinazzi 1 34’34.363 1 Lap 1 Lap 191.708 3
    13 5 Sebastian Vettel 1 Lap 5.266 191.530 3
    14 18 Lance Stroll
    90
    1 Lap 0.706 191.506 3
    15 22 Yuuki Tsunoda ‘56.537 1 Lap 16.202 190.962 3
    16 63 George Russell 90ams116

    39.364 1 Lap 42.827 189.537 3
    17 47 Mick Schumacher 38.851 2 Laps 1 Lap 188.607 3
    18 6 Nicolas Latifi 9011

    Williams 9011 9011 ’41 .920 2 Laps 3.069 188.505 3
    19 9 Nikita Mazepin 2 Laps 1’04.434 186.391 4
    dnf 7 Kimi Raikkonen 65 Laps 63 Laps 168.368 Collision

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    Ross Brown: “We want to start the F1 season in Europe – perhaps without spectators. Realistically carry out 19 races “| 4

    April 4, 2020

    14:57
    Shanghai Autodrome reopens for racing | 13

    April 3, 2020

    11:49
    Circuit of the Americas is the best F1 circuit built in the 21st century, Sochi Autodrom is 10th (The Race) | 6

    24 March 2020

    11:53
    Promoter of the Russian Grand Prix: “Under the optimistic scenario, there will be no need to postpone the race” | 2

    19 March 2020

    20:50
    The break between Formula 1 races will be at least 189 days. This has not happened for over 50 years | 1

    18:31
    Formula 1 Dutch, Spanish and Monaco Grand Prix postponed due to coronavirus | 23

    17 March 2020

    21:22
    Jean Todt: “There is no clarity yet, when our life will return to its usual course” | 0

    16:02
    Formula 1 is considering four race weekends in a row (AMuS) | 2

    13:32
    Chase Carey on the 2020 season: “I can’t say anything concrete yet, the situation is unstable” | 3

    11:44
    Moscow Raceway ready to host Formula 1 race in 2020 | 19

    16 March 2020

    10:43
    McLaren employee infected with coronavirus recovers from illness | 1

    09:51
    Gunther Steiner: “Will we race this year? No idea “| 0

    15 March 2020

    12:50
    Director of Zandvoort: “There is no official information, but no one will be surprised if the Dutch Grand Prix is ​​postponed” | 1

    14 March 2020

    11:26
    Ross Brown: Formula 1 may still host 17-18 Grand Prix this season | 1

    13 March 2020

    13:51
    Formula 1 teams quarantined until March 29 (AMuS) | 24

    12:21
    The Grand Prix of China and Vietnam may take place before the stage in Abu Dhabi, the season will end on December 13 (It. motorsport) | 19

    10:24
    Martin Brandl: “August break will be canceled, F1 still wants to host 17-18 Grand Prix this year” | 15

    02:08
    Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix canceled due to coronavirus | 42

    11 March 2020

    13:58
    Formula 1 may host two races as part of the Bahrain Grand Prix (GP Today) | 11

    8 March 2020

    11:19
    Bahrain Grand Prix will be held without spectators due to the spread of coronavirus | 39

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    5 March 2020

    18:13
    Claire Williams on the possible cancellation of races due to the coronavirus: “This will be a problem. Williams will suffer the most “| 13

    1 March 2020

    22:45
    MotoGP. Qatar Grand Prix canceled due to coronavirus | 11

    26 February 2020

    11:15
    Vietnam Grand Prix May Be Canceled Due To Coronavirus | 13

    February 25, 2020

    16:58
    Mugello will apply to host the Formula 1 race to replace the Chinese Grand Prix | 11

    10:53
    Ferrari closes museum in Maranello due to coronavirus epidemic | 12

    20 February 2020

    14:07
    Pirelli has decided on the choice of tires for the Grand Prix of Azerbaijan | 2

    19 February 2020

    00:23
    Chinese Grand Prix May Be Held In Two Day Format Between Brazil And Abu Dhabi Races | 10

    17 February 2020

    15:44
    Imola is ready to host the race instead of the Chinese Grand Prix | 21

    13 February 2020

    13:39
    Vietnam Grand Prix may be canceled due to coronavirus (BBC) | 3

    12 February 2020

    15:21
    FIA officially postponed the Chinese Grand Prix indefinitely | 8

    11:53
    Formula 1 executives to officially cancel Chinese Grand Prix (Motorsport) today | 9

    10 February 2020

    16:04
    Toto Wolff: “We want to work with the fastest driver, and Hamilton wants to get the fastest car” | 21

    6 February 2020

    16:54
    Teams refuse to postpone the Chinese Grand Prix in early August (AMuS) | 10

    11:58
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    5 February 2020

    11:36
    😷 2020 China Grand Prix canceled due to coronavirus | 97

    February 4, 2020

    11:23
    Formula 1 teams to discuss the situation with the Chinese Grand Prix 5 February | 1

    10:54
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    3 February 2020

    11:11
    Chinese / Russian Grand Prix May Swap (Speedweek) | 13

    February 2, 2020

    12:54
    Formula E postpones race in China indefinitely due to coronavirus | 0

    31 January 2020

    15:18
    Formula E. Organizers are considering canceling race in China due to coronavirus | 0

    January 30, 2020

    12:52
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    December 10, 2019

    19:57
    Pirelli Selected Tire Choice for 2020 Australian, Bahrain, Vietnam and China Grand Prix | 12

    October 26, 2019

    22:49
    Markus Eriksson: “Double Yellow Flags and Max’s Purple Sector are a Bad Combination” | 8

    12 October 2019

    12:30
    Auto, Motor und Sport: In 2020, qualifying races may take place in Russia, France and Belgium | 5

    5 October 2019

    00:16
    FIA has approved the Formula 1 calendar: 22 races will be held in the 2020 season, the Russian Grand Prix will be held in September | 18

    1 October 2019

    13:22
    Hermann Tilke: “Schumacher spent a lot of time suggesting improvements for my projects” | 10

    31 August 2019

    13:03
    Auto, Motor und Sport: China, Spain, France and the Netherlands may qualify for 2021 | 7

    August 29, 2019

    12:14
    Formula 1 unveils preliminary calendar for 2020 | 2

    28 July 2019

    18:31
    Kvyat won the third podium in his career and the second in the history of Toro Rosso | 73

    13 June 2019

    14:55
    Pirelli decided on the choice of tires for the Russian Grand Prix | 1

    May 30, 2019

    18:39
    Pirelli decided on the choice of tires for the Hungarian Grand Prix | 0

    May 26, 2019

    14:52
    Daniel Riccardo: “This year we have a real qualifying regime” | 0

    23 May 2019

    16:10
    Pirelli have decided on the choice of tires for the German Grand Prix | 0

    13 May 2019

    10:05
    Valtteri Bottas: “There was no tempo difference between me and Hamilton” | 13

    May 10, 2019

    12:16
    Daniil Kvyat: “You need to be patient and work to achieve results” | 3

    May 9, 2019

    13:48
    Antonio Giovinazzi: “I am confident that I can win my first points in Barcelona” | 5

    13:06
    George Russell: “We’ll turn the tide” | 0

    7 May 2019

    19:21
    Toto Wolff: “We are still skeptical about our performances” | 13

    May 5, 2019

    12:31
    Carlos Sainz Jr . : “We can aim for the finish with glasses in almost every race” | 2

    11:09
    Zach Brown: “We’ve Began a Recovery Path” | 2

    April 28, 2019

    14:29
    Formula 1 denies reports that Rosberg is banned from paddock | 4

    April 27, 2019

    12:39
    Cyril Abiteboul on Hulkenberg’s retirement in China: “We have changed one line in the code – I hope this will solve the problem” | 6

    April 26, 2019

    20:05
    George Russell: “It could have ended much worse” | 1

    12:25
    Photo The first practice of the Azerbaijani Grand Prix was stopped by red flags due to the contact of Russell’s car with the hatch | 29

    25 April 2019

    21:08
    Lando Norris: “I rate the start of the season 6 out of 10” | 1

    18:22
    Carlos Sainz Jr . : “Finally, we have decent speed on the straights” | 4

    18:02
    Sebastian Vettel on team tactics: “It’s okay to do everything to achieve a result” | 33

    16:32
    Sebastian Vettel: “In China, I was not the only one who was prevented by the headwind” | 5

    16:13
    Alex Albon: “Let’s make the car more predictable on Fridays to get used to the speed” | 0

    15:34
    Max Verstappen: “I hope there will be a good race in Baku” | 3

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    90,000 Tour to Formula 1 in Singapore, prices for 2021

    In September, the Formula 1 Night Race will burst into Singapore again with a breakneck speed, slowing down only on corners (and there are 23 of them on the Singapore track!), Attracting crowds of fans to the place of the event, camera lenses and tons of festive events!

    Tour dates in 2021: October 3rd. Due to restrictions in 2021, the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore will be held without spectators!

    Tour cost: on request.

    The first Formula 1 Night Race was held in Singapore in 2008. Its uniqueness was that the race took place at night on the roads of Singapore, i.e. in the very center of the city.

    The spectacle was truly amazing. The energy of the fans, the roar of the turbines, the magnificent lighting of the track, the festive atmosphere, live music concerts in between races, the fans sitting here on the grass surrounded by a dazzling night city, eternal summer – for 3 days of the race, Singapore turned into a place of mass a place where people from different countries of the world gathered to watch the next arrival of their idols.

    Conversations did not stop – enthusiastic faces, smiles, fun, excitement – Singapore “buzzed” not only from the frantic speed of Ferraris rushing along its tracks – it “buzzed” from the frenzied energy of fans, which suddenly burst into the life of the city for 3 days . ..

    Formula 1 Night Race Singapore

    Yes, it was a global event. Running a race under a dark sky with daylight on the race track against the backdrop of major landmarks and Singapore’s tallest skyscrapers was an outstanding idea, and the race was a worldwide success with three awards at once.

    In September, the Formula 1 Night Race will break into Singapore again at breakneck speed! Ferrari will again accelerate through the city streets of Singapore under the light of modern searchlights at speeds up to 300 km per hour! More than 40 international celebrations will take place in Singapore during the race, and 60 bars and restaurants on the race grounds will offer all fans entertainment for all tastes.

    This year, the race organizers will make it even more interesting and exciting, as even minor shortcomings of the previous performance will be corrected.Some sections of the route will be expanded, and the first, second and third main turns will undergo reconstruction, significantly expanding their safety zones. Thanks to this, the riders will allow themselves to take more risks, which means more overtaking to the joyful cries of fans jumping from the stands.

    Formula 1 Night Race Singapore

    General track information:

    • Track length: 5067 km.
    • Number of laps: 61.
    • There are 23 turns on the track (13 left, 10 right).
    • Estimated lap time – 1 minute and 30 seconds.
    • Speed ​​in the slowest corner – 75 km / h, in the fastest – 250 km / h.

    This year, the race organizers are offering all fans a large selection of tickets. Basically, the price of race tickets varies depending on the viewing area of ​​the track on which the races will take place.

    Below is a brief description of the grandstands with the prices of admission tickets.

    Remember: no matter what tickets you buy, you will have a lot of unforgettable emotions! Each ticket provides access to the race territory for three days of the race.

    Formula 1 race map showing stands

    Seats

    STAMFORD GRANDSTAND

    Very active action will unfold from this stand. There will be an opportunity to see cars entering several corners of the track at once, as well as an active struggle for leadership, since it is on this section of the track that the riders are provided with the best opportunities for overtaking.

    It is here that you can personally see how sharply and quickly the speed drops from 300 kilometers per hour to 110 kilometers per hour.

    PADANG GRANDSTAND

    The grandstand is located in the most historic and central part of the city – right along the Padang field, where the independence of Singapore was proclaimed.

    Spectators will be able to see the cars, picking up speed sharply, exiting the corner at number 9 and speeding along the building of the former City Court and the building of the City Council.

    Also, this grandstand is in maximum proximity to the entertainment that will be presented during the race of the Formula 1 race. Countless outlets offering a huge selection of food, drinks and souvenirs can all be found here.

    ESPLANADE WATERFRONT GRANDSTAND

    This grandstand will be located along the Esplanade Theater and Concert Complex, giving all spectators unhindered access to all the festive performances that will take place nearby in the open air.

    Excellent visibility of cars exiting turn 16 and accelerating towards Marina Waterfront, entering the next turn.

    Also on this section of the track, the racers will demonstrate the excellent operation of the braking systems on their cars – here they will have to brake frequently and sharply!

    BAY GRANDSTAND

    This podium will offer night views of the business center with its majestic skyscrapers that adorn all Singapore tourist photos, as well as Marina Bay, where the first casino in the city-state will appear.

    Despite the fact that this part of the track is not considered the “fastest” section – last year it was here that Nelson Pickuet crashed his car.

    More Formula 1 food, beverage and souvenir outlets will be installed in this stand area.

    Pedestrian Seats

    WALKABOUT

    These tickets offer access to the race area without being tied to a specific stand.

    These are the so-called “walking tickets” that allow you to move along the track, choosing the best place for yourself to see the race.

    Attention: in some areas of the route, access with such tickets is limited.

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    Officially: Formula 1 canceled the Singapore stage for 2021 | | Queen of Motorsport

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    Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix will not take place for the second year in a row as the World Cup organizers insist that immigration restrictions imposed under the protocols against the COVID-19 coronavirus mean this is no longer possible.

    However, this world championship is looking for alternative locations to fill the Singapore race spot on the 2021 calendar, which was originally scheduled for October 3rd.

    Singapore, which canceled the 2020 phase, has imposed strict immigration restrictions in hopes of limiting the spread of the coronavirus, especially from external sources, as domestic transmission remains incredibly low, with an average of 20 new cases daily. Thus, the restrictions for hundreds of Formula 1 employees are unlikely to be relaxed.

    F1 is considering several alternatives to replace the race, including a race in Turkey. Istanbul Park was supposed to host the stage on June 13, but it was dropped after the country was added to the UK red list.As a consequence, the French race was postponed one week in advance and the second Austrian race was added to the calendar.

    However, it is hoped that the number of cases will be reduced by October, allowing the country to rejoin the calendar after a successful return in 2020.

    If this is not possible, Formula 1 could consider hosting a second race in the United States, with race weekends in a row on the Circuit of the Americas on October 17 and 24. Liberty Media, which promotes sports in the US, has announced a 10-year contract for the Miami Grand Prix starting in 2022.

    F1 has not traveled outside Europe or the Middle East since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The stage in Japan, slated for October 10, remains under threat, although officials in the country are currently focused on organizing the upcoming Olympic Games.

    Covid-19 cases remain high in Mexico and Brazil, but the authorities in these countries are known to be keen to welcome the World Cup and keep personnel away from the population.

    Brazil hosted the upcoming America’s Cup last minute this week, as the country struggles to cope with a sharp rise in the number of cases.Australia’s tough travel restrictions mean the delayed November phase remains in jeopardy.