Australian Grand Prix: F1 season-opener under discussion because of Covid-19 restrictions

The season-opening Australian Grand Prix could be postponed because of Covid-19 restrictions in Australia. The Australian Grand Prix Corporation, the Australian government and Formula 1 bosses are in talks over the Albert Park race. “Discussions between the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, the government and F1 management about the F1 calendar for 2021 are ongoing.”. The Australian Grand Prix Corporation said it would provide “further detail upon finalisation of arrangements with all parties in the coming weeks”. An F1 spokesman said on Monday that the sport looked forward to racing again in March but did not specify where, with the Bahrain Grand Prix meeting scheduled for 26-28 March.

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