The world of sports has completely stopped, championships in various sports across Europe have been halted, and the new season in Formula One will not begin at all after the postponing race in Australia has been postponed.
One McLaren member was positive for coronavirus, after which the British team packed up and left Australia, and it is already clear that the next two races will not be held. The Bahrain Grand Prix was supposed to take place before the empty stands on March 22, but has now been canceled, and the same decision was made today for the Vietnam race to be held on April 5.
The Chinese Grand Prix, which was supposed to be the fourth race of the season, was postponed since February.
It is already becoming clear that the F-1 season may start at the earliest in May, with the Dutch Grand Prix scheduled for May 3, but it remains to be seen whether this competition will be postponed, or finally given the green light for ” the flying circus’ to finally begin.