Formula 1 season in Europe can begin without spectators

Formula 1 season in Europe can begin without spectators

April 9, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The organizers of the Formula 1 World Cup do not lose hope of holding races in Europe this year. About this in an interview with Sky Sports told the sports director of Formula 1 Ross Brown. According to him, the 2020 championship can start without fans.

“In our opinion, it would be best to start the season in Europe. Perhaps it will be a race without spectators. Teams would arrive at the venue for charter flights. We need to be sure that no one is at risk, ”Brown said.

At the moment, the first stage of the Formula 1 calendar in Europe should be held in France. Check-in at Le Castell is due on June 28th.

Earlier, the organizers postponed the race for an indefinite period in Bahrain, Vietnam, China, Holland, Spain, Azerbaijan and Canada. Also canceled the Australian Grand Prix and the Monaco Grand Prix.

The exception is the Bahrain Grand Prix, which became the first virtual race in the history of Formula 1, held under the official auspices of the organizers of the real championship. Both regular gamers and professional athletes took part in the cyber competition.