The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed a global emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO), following the declaration all sports and events cancelled or postponed.
Formula 1 is the world’s biggest motorsport series already take precautions against COVID-19, and it resulted the season kick-off Grand Prix in Australia has now been called off.
More terminations in Formula 1 with the Bahrain and Vietnam Grand Prix’s both being called off and the Chinese Grand Prix was suspended for now last month.
Formula 1 governing body FIA made a statement stating that they expect the season to begin in last week of May, but nothing has been confirmed and the situation remains fluid.
If F1 was to follow its current timetable from May, we are expecting just 15 race seasons like 1983 championship.
Expecting Schedule for 2020 F1 season