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Formula 1 will announce within the next 48 hours that the Chinese Grand Prix has officially been cancelled.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, has said it is still business as usual in preparing for the Chinese Grand Prix despite the Coronavirus outbreak.
Formula 1 bosses are desperate to reschedule the Chinese Grand Prix which looks set to be cancelled, but the teams aren’t playing ball.
Formula 1 has confirmed that it will seek a new date for the Chinese GP if it’s postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Russia is not open to swapping its 2020 Formula 1 date with China as F1’s Strategy Group meets to discuss cancelling the race.
Formula E will not head to China next month as the death toll from the deadly coronavirus continues to climb.
The FIA are ready to “take any action” necessary as the coronavirus threatens to cancel the Chinese Grand Prix in April.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran believes the opening lap incident in Shanghai proves racing can be “cruel”.
More team orders at Ferrari dominated the discussion after a rather anti-climatic 1000th race. Is the season already over for them?
Mercedes had time to clean a car while double stacking, Ferrari’s sacrifice wasn’t for the greater good and Shanghai failed to deliver in F1’s 1000th race event.