The Formula 1 continues to modify its calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic. In the last hours it was confirmed that after several negotiations, the Turkish Grand Prix returns to the calendar, after being canceled a few weeks ago. This occurs after the gap left by the cancellation of the Singapore Grand Prix, which was scheduled for the first days of October.
The circuit of Istanbul will return to the calendar after his spectacular career that took place in 2020, where Lewis hamilton achieved his long-awaited seventh world title. The announcement was made through social networks this Friday and surprised everyone. The fans were happy to see Istanbul Park back on the calendar.
The restrictions that were imposed on UK made it almost impossible for Turkey form part of the calendar, however, the space left by the urban layout of Singapore opened the possibilities for the race to have hope again. The race will take place from October 1 to 3 upcoming and fans are looking forward to a great race like in 2020.
“We want to thank the administration of the circuit and its director, Vural Ak, for your personal efforts to make this event happen. We have shown that we can continue to adapt and there is great interest in our sport and the hope of many places to organize a Grand Prix ”, he said. Stefano Domenicali, CEO of the highest category
“After discussions with other promoters, we are confident that we will be able to travel to the next race with strict security protocols. A significant proportion of the Formula 1 community is already vaccinated and we are confident that everyone will have had the opportunity to do so before the end of the summer, ”says Formula 1.
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