As expected, the Canadian Grand Prix is off for 2021. COVID-19 restrictions in Canada that included 14-day self-quarantine rules for visitors into the country and concerns over large crowds in Montreal led to the cancellation of the race for the second consecutive year. The race had been scheduled for June 13 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
It’s official: Formula One racing is coming to South Florida. F1 announced Sunday the Miami Grand Prix will be hosted at Hard Rock Stadium in a 10-year deal, which will begin in 2022. The 2022 race date will be announced later with hopes of it being held in the second quarter of next year (April-June). By SAFID DEEN, SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL “It’s a great moment for Formula One and a great moment for Formula One fans in America,” said president and CEO Stefano Domenicali during a press conference in Imola,…
Stefano Domenicali is distracted. He keeps looking out of his window. He is waiting for someone. He’s still at home in Italy, despite it being five weeks since he took on the role of CEO of Formula 1. The COVID-19 pandemic has thus far meant that he has not been able to move to Britain to work from Formula 1’s offices.
A Monaco-based prospective Formula 1 team is moving forward in its plan to apply to enter a race team in the series. In 2019, an entity headed by the late Adrian Campos and his business partner Salvatore Gandolfo, pictured above, declared that they were working on a new F1 team project. The foundation of the project is their driver management company called Monaco Increase Management, with former F1 driver Pascal Wehrlein among the driver roster.