Start of the Australia GP 2020 postponed due to corona virus

20 cars - 22 international races - this weekend Formula 1 should start into the new season in Melbourne (Australia). But for safety reasons the FIA decided to postpone the start.

In Melbourne was a emergency meeting between the team bosses, organisers and representatives of F1 and FIA. They agreed to cancel the event completely.

The risk that other team members, Grand Prix helpers or fans could be infected during the race weekend was too high. In agreement with the local authorities, the responsible persons of Formula 1, the FIA and the local promoter were left with no alternative to the final cancellation of the Australian GP.

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The BWT Racing Point F1 Team is also hoping for the best possible performance with the support of all technical partners this season. After the new RP20 race car proved to be technically reliable during the test drives in Barcelona, the two drivers Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are looking forward to an early start into the new season.

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