A few weeks ago, doubts began to arise regarding two races on the calendar of the Formula 1. The Grand Prix of Mexico and that of Brazil. The reasons were more than clear. The coronavirus pandemic continues to affect these countries, and health and economic conditions did not accompany the completion of such an expensive career.
However, this Thursday it was confirmed that the Hermanos Rodríguez Racetrack will receive the top category on the date stipulated by the Formula 1 calendar, October 31. Not everything is there, since a possibility also arose. That Mexico City can have two events in a single season, replacing this year’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
The increasing rise in cases and the mismanagement of the pandemic by the Brazilian government put the race in question. Both Formula 1 and International Automobile Federation (FIA)He does not want to put any paddock staff at risk, especially the riders, despite being vaccinated for the most part.
Given the great flood of cases and the threat of the pandemic, the Grand Prix of Mexico has the possibility of hosting two races. However, this Thursday official spokespersons of the Government led by Andrés Manuel López Obrador, confirmed that the race will be run, since the vaccination plan and the outlook is very encouraging for the coming months.
“So far, we believe that it can be done. No problem. If everything goes the way it is going at the moment and the vaccination continues, we will be in October in circumstances where all adults are vaccinated and develop all activities in October, November and December, “confirmed the head of Government of Mexico. Claudia Sheinbaum.
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