World Rally Championship Aichi and Gifu Announced abandonment of tournament scheduled for November August 12 1:12
Regarding the World Rally Championship, one of the highest motor sports races scheduled to be held in Aichi and Gifu prefectures in November this year, the executive committee of the tournament announced that it will give up due to the influence of the new coronavirus. did.
One of the finest motorsport races, the WRC = World Rally Championship, was scheduled to be held in Aichi and Gifu prefectures in November this year for the first time in 10 years.
However, the tournament executive committee announced on its website that it abandoned the event scheduled for November 19th.
According to the announcement, the new coronavirus has spread all over the world, and the Japanese government has adopted a policy of restricting immigration of foreigners in many countries, and in November, there were hundreds of foreign players and relationships. There is no prospect of getting people into the country.
The Executive Committee is preparing to prepare for the 2021 convention, which is scheduled to be held next autumn, and Aichi Prefecture also states that "we will do our best to hold the next year's convention."
Regarding motor sports, the F1 Japan Grand Prix scheduled for October at Suzuka Circuit in Mie Prefecture has also been canceled due to the influence of the new coronavirus.