Formula One will also continue to adjust its schedule for the 2020 season as the new corona virus moves from epidemic to global pandemic,media reported. Following the announcement of the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix, organisers announced the latest move on Wednesday. Now, F1 has decided to postpone the 2020 season until the end of May and will adjust to the dynamics of the new crown outbreak.
During this time, the teams will need to close the plant and stop the related research and development work.
More races could be cancelled as the outbreak of the new corona virus spreads, and the FIA and F1 said on Friday they hoped the season would officially reopen by the end of May. Still, Ferrari and Red Bull II are from Italy, the European centre of the outbreak, so it’s hard to imagine the 2020 season going to be the same.