The information comes as not a surprise as the race had actually not included on any type of current variation of a modified schedule that F1 has actually been working with.
The Netherlands continues to be based on limited constraints on occasions, and also the marketers had actually made it clear that they were not eager to hold their very first race behind shut doors, having actually offered out some months earlier.
Race manager Jan Lammers informedMotorsport com just recently: “It looks like our race will be postponed to 2021, hopefully when there’s a vaccine and it’s business as the ‘new’ usual.”
A declaration from the organisers stated: “Due to the globally spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix has, as formerly revealed, been postponed.
“The company of the Dutch Grand Prix, in assessment with Formula One Management, has actually needed to wrap up that it is no more feasible to hold a race with a target market this year.
“Therefore, it has actually been determined to hold off the race definitively to2021 Together with the FIA, Formula One Management will certainly establish the timetable for 2021, and also keeping that the brand-new day of the Dutch GrandPrix Like annually the day will certainly be revealed by the FIA by the end of2020 All tickets continue to be legitimate for the brand-new race.”
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