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The McLaren team being seriously affected by the Codid-19 pandemic, followed by seven teams which did not wish to not race, the FIA ​​formalized the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix of F1. Despite teams not wishing to cancel the first round of the season, the decision has been made


The multiple factors that  cancel the race


Lewis Hamilton's press conference certainly weighed in the balance, the reigning world champion said he was "shocked" by the desire to maintain competition in Melbourne.

Lewis Hamilton"Gutted to not be qualifying today. I decided to stick around Melbourne and go indoor rock climbing.

It’s a great way for me to keep focused.
I just wanted to say thanks to all of you who have been sending me such positive messages. Hope you are all staying safe."

Il a été aidé par la masse nuageuse venues se positionner au-dessus du circuit. Suite à ses multiples facteurs, les organisateurs de l'événement, la FIA et le détenteur des droits commerciaux de la discipline, ont décidé d'annuler la course et toutes les activités liées à la Formule 1 pour le Grand Prix d'Australie.




Nous vous proposons de retrouver la lettre envoyer le 17/03/2020


Dear F1 fans,


We wanted to provide some thoughts and perspectives from last week as we address the coronavirus pandemic.

First and foremost, our priority is the health and safety of the fans, teams, and organisations of Formula 1, as well as wider society.

We apologise to those fans affected by the cancellation in Australia, as well as the postponement of the other races to date. These decisions are being made by Formula 1, the FIA, and our local promoters in rapidly changing and evolving circumstances, but we believe they are the right and necessary ones. We also want to extend our thoughts to those already affected, including those in the Formula 1 family.

We recognise everyone wants to know what comes next for Formula 1 in 2020. We cannot provide specific answers today given the fluidity of the situation. However, we plan to get the 2020 Championship season underway as soon as it’s safe to do so. We are engaging with experts and officials on a daily basis as we evaluate how we go forward in the next few months. We will keep you updated and provide details as soon as possible on Formula1.com.


We are grateful for your support and understanding and we wish you and your families all the best.