Eight grands prix off, and counting

Coronavirus-induced calendar uncertainty claims more races

Australian GP 2020 cancelled

Lights out and away we (don’t) go: F1 remains on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic

Antonin Vincent / DPPI

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The global motor racing calendar has been thrown into chaos in the face of the coronavirus outbreak, with eight Formula 1 grands prix cancelled so far and more expected to fall in the coming weeks.

As Motor Sport closed for press, the F1 calendar was still in flux, with the Baku GP becoming the eighth fixture to fall victim to the virus, meaning Canada on June 12 is now scheduled to be the first race of the year. However, Canadian organisers have already warned of postponement, as has France, which was due to follow on 26 June.

Despite the growing crisis, Liberty boss Chase Carey struck a defiant note in late March, promising fans that a reduced season of 15-18 races running well beyond the original end date of 27 November is being prepared for. “We are all committed to bringing our fans a 2020 championship season,” he said in statement. “We recognise there is significant potential for additional postponements, nonetheless we and our partners fully expect to start at some point this summer.”

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