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The Singapore F1 Grand Prix was canceled for the second time in a row due to the covid

The Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix will not take place for the second time in a row. The popular race under artificial lighting, which was to take place on October 3, was canceled today due to current measures against the spread of coronavirus in the country. The original BBC information was confirmed in the afternoon by the race management.

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“It is incredibly difficult for us to cancel the race for the second year in a row, but given the prevailing restrictions on live events in Singapore, it is necessary,” Colin Syn, Deputy Chairman of the race organizer, told Reuters.

The organization could be taken over by the American Austin, which is hosting one race this year, for Singapore, which was dropped from the calendar due to a pandemic last year. Other candidates are China and Turkey, whose Grand Prix had previously been taken away.

In addition to these two countries, a plant in Canada fell victim to coronavirus measures this season.

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