Canadian GP scrapped for second year in a row and replaced by Turkish GP on F1 schedule due to Covid pandemic

THE CANADIAN GP has been replaced by the Turkish GP on the F1 schedule due to the Covid pandemic. The race in Montreal had been scheduled for June 13 but has been scrapped for the second year in a row. Lewis Hamilton won the title at the circuit last year despite the tricky conditions. Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula One, said: “While it is disappointing we cannot be in Canada this season we are excited to confirm that Turkey will host a Grand Prix in 2021 after an amazing race last season. “I equally want to thank the promoter and authorities in Turkey for their ongoing willingness to host a Formula One race that shows the huge interest in our sport and the hope from many locations to have a Grand Prix.

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