The cancellation of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix due to Cyclone Minerva is not the first time Formula One has been forced to halt its activities, and here we take you through the rest of the F1 races and the reasons why.
Floods in Italy did not guarantee safety for Emilia Romagna GP
“Let’s dedicate ourselves to the rescue. At this stage we should focus all our efforts to deal with the emergency, also to avoid traffic overload in the highly affected area. We will look for another date and fan Will understand it,” he says. Despite the fact that it is not an easy matter, being a force majeure event, due to contracts, fees and all kinds of clauses, in addition to television contracts, and with someone like Domenicelli at the helm of Liberty, all There must be something capable of negotiation,” said Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini.
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Australian Grand Prix 2020
The MotoGP organization refused to start its season in Qatar when the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, while Formula One said the 2020 season would start in Australia, but a few hours later, it backtracked and decided to cancel the 2020 Australian GP due to the pandemic.
After Australia’s cancellation, there were more races that went down the memory lane: Vietnam, Australia, Holland, Monaco, Azerbaijan, Canada, France, Singapore, Japan, the United States, Mexico and Brazil.
Bahrain Grand Prix 2011
When Checo Pérez was going to start his career in Formula One, he would do so in 2011 at the Bahrain GP, but due to the political situation and riots, Formula One decided to cancel the race permanently.
Belgian Grand Prix 1985
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is the most difficult to drive on, and in 1985 they had replaced the asphalt and it was not possible to drive, but Formula One officials decided to cancel the race 14 days before the event.