Sport news Turkish Grand Prix CANCELLED and replaced by second Austrian race after Turkey was placed on Government's red list as 2021 schedule is reshuffled to keep record 23-round season  Premierleague-News.com

Premierleague-News.com - The race was set for June 13 but it has been pulled from the schedule after the country was placed on the UK government's red list. The Istanbul race will be replaced by a second grand prix in Austria.

Sport news Turkish Grand Prix CANCELLED and replaced by second Austrian race after Turkey was placed on Government's red list as 2021 schedule is reshuffled to keep record 23-round season  Premierleague-News.com

Premierleague-News.com - The race was set for June 13 but it has been pulled from the schedule after the country was placed on the UK government's red list. The Istanbul race will be replaced by a second grand prix in Austria.

Sport news  Turkish Grand Prix CANCELLED and replaced by second Austrian race after Turkey was placed on Government's red list as 2021 schedule is reshuffled to keep record 23-round season  Premierleague-News.com
14 May 2021 - 21:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Formula One bosses have called off the Turkish Grand Prix scheduled for June 13 after the UK Government placed strict quarantine restrictions on returning to Britain.The gap will be filled by Austria, who will host a second race in Spielberg. The French GP has been moved forward a week to June 20. The Austrian double-header takes place on June 27 and July 4, with fans expected at both events. The Turkish Grand Prix has been cancelled after Turkey was placed on the UK's red list RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jenson Button shuns Lewis Hamilton and claims the seven-time... F1 breaks new ground at Spanish Grand Prix as Toto Wolff's... Lewis gives Max a Spanish lesson: Hamilton roars back from... Delighted Charles Leclerc praises Ferrari improvements after... Share this article Share 137 shares The British GP, where organisers are hoping to have a crowd of 140,000, remains in its July 18 slot.Turkey’s fate was sealed when it was named on the UK’s ‘red list’, meaning F1’s travelling contingent, mostly based in Britain, would have had to serve 10 days of quarantine.F1 want to maintain their 23-round programme, not least to recoup lost revenue from cancelled races last year. Lewis Hamilton won the Turkish GP last year but F1 have now taken the event off the calendar RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jenson Button shuns Lewis Hamilton and claims the seven-time... F1 breaks new ground at Spanish Grand Prix as Toto Wolff's...

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... Delighted Charles Leclerc praises Ferrari improvements after... Share this article Share 137 shares F1 boss Stefano Domenicali said: ‘The sport has shown that it’s able to react quickly to find solutions.’  The British Grand Prix at Silverstone remains in its original slot of July 19.Bosses of the Northamptonshire circuit are working towards hosting a full house of 140,000 fans with government restrictions due to end on June 21. Seven of the grid's teams are in the UK and would have to isolate for 10 days after coming backTurkey was only added to the calendar 16 days ago after the Canadian Grand Prix was scrapped following the country's demand that the F1 circus quarantine for a fortnight.But seven of the grid's teams are based in the UK, and all travellers returning from red-list countries face 10 days of quarantine at a Government-approved hotel.There remain serious doubts over a number of rounds in the second half of the calendar, with Mexico, Brazil and Australia among those vulnerable because of the complexities surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jenson Button shuns Lewis Hamilton and claims the seven-time... F1 breaks new ground at Spanish Grand Prix as Toto Wolff's... Lewis gives Max a Spanish lesson: Hamilton roars back from... Delighted Charles Leclerc praises Ferrari improvements after... Share this article Share 137 shares

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