F1 announces that the 2020 Grand Prix in America has been canceled
The highest category of world motorsport announced that due to the Covid-19 pandemic races will not be run in the United States, Brazil, Mexico and Canada
The organizers of the Formula World Cup today reported that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, they have had to cancel the grand prizes that were scheduled for Canada, the United States, Mexico and Brazil.
This Friday they also confirmed that three great prizes are added to the new calendar of the 2020 championship, in the German Nürburgring, the Portuguese circuit of Portimao and the Italian track of Imola.
The Nürburgring test has been scheduled from October 9 to 11, the Portimao test from 23 to 25 of the same month, and the Imola test, reduced to two days, on October 31 and November 1.
After the interruption due to the pandemic, the World Cup started with two consecutive races in Austria, on July 5 and 12. It continued with the Hungarian Grand Prix on June 19 and continues with two consecutive ones at the British Silverstone circuit on August 2 and 9. Then the great prizes of Spain (August 16) and Belgium (August 30) will come. On the Italian circuits of Monza and Mugello it will run on September 6 and 13, and on the Russian one in Sochi, on September 27.