F1 China is facing cancellation! Russian station refuses to change time

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 F1 China is facing cancellation! Russian station refuses to change time


However, the proposal was explicitly rejected by the Russian side, and the competition officials ruled out this possibility. The competition date of 2020 Russian Grand Prix was set in October last year and will not be changed. A spokesman for rosgonki, the organiser of the Russian Grand Prix, also declined to exchange dates with China, stressing that the date for September 27 has been set.

As a result, the prospect of F1 China Grand Prix is more worrying, and the FIA said last week that it would take necessary actions to protect F1 sports and fans. While F1 has been watching the development, it will evaluate the current situation at the F1 official group meeting this week to discuss whether China station should be cancelled. Red Bull team leader Horner said: the FIA is the overseer, as well as the free media of American companies. They are responsible for the health and safety of F1 drivers, as well as for all staff and media personnel. I believe that they will make a careful assessment, and also believe their judgment, and finally make a decision to postpone or cancel the race. We are very close and will be put on the agenda at this weeks strategic meeting. Vistapan, from Red Bull team, thinks its too early to decide whether to cancel the China race. It doesnt look good at the moment, but its a while before the race, so Im not worried about it now. As Horner said, lets wait and see what happens. Source: Netease sports Author: Muller editor in charge: Wang MuQing, nb12712

As a result, the prospect of F1 China Grand Prix is more worrying, and the FIA said last week that it would take necessary actions to protect F1 sports and fans. While F1 has been watching the development, it will evaluate the current situation at the F1 official group meeting this week to discuss whether China station should be cancelled.

Red Bull team leader Horner said: the FIA is the overseer, as well as the free media of American companies. They are responsible for the health and safety of F1 drivers, as well as for all staff and media personnel. I believe that they will make a careful assessment, and also believe their judgment, and finally make a decision to postpone or cancel the race. We are very close and will be put on the agenda at this weeks strategic meeting.

Vistapan, from Red Bull team, thinks its too early to decide whether to cancel the China race. It doesnt look good at the moment, but its a while before the race, so Im not worried about it now. As Horner said, lets wait and see what happens.