Official announcement!2023 F1 China Station officially announced the cancellation
F1 officially announced that due to the continuous impact of the new crown epidemic, the 2023 China Grand Prix will not be held.
Since the new championship in 2020, the F1 World -level Formula Championship has not been able to visit China.
Although the F1 China Station was included in the schedule of 2023, its hosting date is April 16, but everyone generally believes that “the probability of running the game is very low.”However, with the introduction of the new domestic epidemic prevention policy (closed -loop bubble policy), some fans saw the hope of F1’s return, but.EssenceEssence
F1 officially issued an official statement canceled by F1 China Station in 2023 on December 2 (Friday).This also means that Chinese driver Zhou Guanyu will miss the home again.
F1 stated in a official statement: “After discussions with local promoters and relevant departments, due to the continuous impact of the new crown epidemic, F1 officially announced that the 2023 China Grand Prix will not be held. F1 is currently evaluating preparationsSelect the plan and will be announced at an appropriate time. “
The cancellation of the F1 China Station means that there will be a surrounding interval between the Australian station (April 2) and Azerbaijan Station (April 30th) next year.It is reported that F1 CEO Stanano Domenicari tried to persuade Baku to hold the game one week in advance (April 23), but was rejected by the other party.
In addition, there have been rumors recently that Portugal’s Porton track is likely to fill the vacancy of the F1 China Station in 2023. This track held two F1 Grand Prix as a “substitute” in 2020 and 2021.
But at present, everything has not been determined, because some other European tracks may also be interested in this.For F1, one of the challenges they currently face is to make adjustments quickly, especially logistics and freight.