The good news for Silverstone: Sports events allowed again

Author of the article: , published on May 30, 2020.

However, the Formula 1 2020 season is approaching after the Austrian government supported the first two races of the season, which will take place on July 5 and 12, and good news is also coming from the UK, where they have confirmed that sporting events will be allowed again on Monday. .

Silverstone was originally scheduled to host two races after races in Austria, but it broke down when the British Formula One government did not exempt it from mandatory 1-day quarantine. But Boris Johnson, the British prime minister, has ordered his ministers to allow the F14 race to take place, and Silverstone is now promised an August date.

Formula 1 will publish a calendar of European races in the coming days, and despite the late start, the season is expected to include between 15 and 18 races to be held in Europe, Asia, the Americas, and most recently in the United Arab Emirates.

This year, however, we will not see races in France, Monaco, Australia or the Netherlands.

They were the first to continue motorsport in the USA, where the racers continued the NASCAR season, and the MotoAmerica Superbike and IndyCar championships will start next week. However, the MotoGP World Motorcycle Championship will also start its season in Jerez in July, and interestingly, their race in Silverstone was officially canceled just yesterday.

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