The Australian Grand Prix was due to be held at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit in Melbourne from November 18-21 after being moved from its usual date in March; organisers cancelled the event on Tuesday “due to restrictions and logistical challenges” related to the coronavirus pandemic
Last Updated: 06/07/21 6:30am
The Australian F1 Grand Prix has been cancelled for the second year in a row due to “restrictions and logistical challenges” related to the coronavirus pandemic, organisers have announced.
The Grand Prix was due to be held at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit in Melbourne from November 18-21 after being moved from its usual date in March.
However, on Tuesday organisers announced that the event had been cancelled for the second successive season.
“The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) in conjunction with the Victorian Government and Formula 1 today announced the 2021 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix has been cancelled due to restrictions and logistical challenges relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” read a statement.
“AGPC will continue to work with Formula 1 and the Victorian Government regarding the 2022 calendar timings for the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix event.”
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