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The 2020 Formula 1 world racing season can last until 2021

The extended Canadian Grand Prix scheduled to be held on June 12 to 14 has been postponed. The board of the sport is currently looking for ways to kick off the season in July 2020.

The season began on March 15 in Australia but the race was postponed only a few hours before the first training session. Because a member from the McLaren team that tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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In the following weeks, the Monaco Grand Prix was canceled. While races in Azerbaijan, Bahrain, China, the Netherlands, Spain and Vietnam have been postponed and the start date is unknown.

According to F1 CEO Ross Brawn, the F1 2020 season will probably start in Europe, possibly in July 2020 and may last until January 2021. This is indispensable for the subject to have enough time to organize up to 19 races during the season.

Brawn added that at least eight races are required for a world championship under the FIA ​​Rules. If something worse happens and the sport cannot start until October 2020 then eight races can still be organized.

During the break time, F1 teams will take advantage of their technological and technical capabilities. In a project called “Pitlane”, F1 teams based in the UK have teamed up to build ventilators to treat patients with Covid-19 in the country of fog. These include: Haas, McLaren, Mercedes, Racing Point, Red Bull, Renault and Williams.

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“We are reviewing the structure that will give the start of the season as soon as possible. But we have not been able to determine the exact time and will most likely be in Europe.

In addition, the Bahrain Grand Prix race has been delayed. As such, all the first 4 races of the F1 F1 in 2020 including Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam and China have been postponed or canceled.

The runners are still practicing hard towards the Olympic 2021

The Tokyo Olympic 2021 has been postponed, but the athletes of national sports are still training hard, and strictly comply with the regulations on the prevention of the Covid-19 epidemic.

After being postponed to 2021, the Olympics in Tokyo is likely to face quarantine barriers, restricting the audience because of fears that the disease will continue to erupt. This delay is also to be exchanged for tax rates up to billions of dollars. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Chairman Thomas Bach said that it is likely that many sports will take place outside Tokyo, restricting the audience and especially the participants who have to test and quarantine viruses.

Recently, the World Athletics Federation has announced the standard calculation for the Tokyo Olympic 2021. Accordingly, all the tournaments’ results from April 6 to November 30, 2020, will not be recognized for standard consideration to participate in the Olympic Games in 2021. Only achievements in the competitions from December 1, 2020, to June 29, 2021, will be considered for Olympic 2021 standards.

In the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic peak, Sports Training Centers around the world implemented detention orders and required athletes to strictly abide by the epidemic prevention regulations such as hand-washing antiseptic, wearing masks, keeping safe distance…

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Although international tournaments are stalled due to the Covid-19 epidemic, most athletes still train regularly to stay in shape and ready to compete when sports activities return after the epidemic. Most notably, athletes groups have been striving to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. The extension of the standard time to attend the 2021 Olympic Games gives Olympic runners from all countries the opportunity to improve their expertise.

Like many countries, Japan is facing a recession caused by coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the cost of organizing the Olympic Games is skyrocketing, and the delay in organizing it is slower than the original schedule, causing Japan to lose 2-6 billion USD. And at the moment, both the IOC and the organizers have yet to take responsibility and do not give a specific number to compensate this deficit cost to Japan.

After 18 years, Toyota returned to the World Rally Championship

In the four-wheeled world, F1 racing formula is considered the pinnacle of speed. It is considered the perfection of technology, with almost perfect security. Then the World Rally Championship is the “most rustic” race, the closest and especially shows the skills of the most rider.

After 18 years of absence, Toyota has officially announced its return to this race when the new season will start next month. With the participation of the main driver, including the driver Jari-Matti Latvala.

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He has won 16 times in 169 competitions in the WRC format. Together with teammate Miikka Anttila, who has been with Latvala since 2003. Meanwhile, the second Toyota team at WRC 2020 will be Juho Hanninen and teammate Esapekka Lappi, e-kip just won the last WRC2 tournament.

The first time participating in a Rally World race was a Corolla WRC in 2003 in Estonia. So for Latvala riders, this was probably an emotional reunion, “as if returning home”.

With the upcoming WRC 2020 season, Toyota will equip the Yaris WRC 1.6-liter turbocharged engine with intake diameter up to 36 mm. It produces an output of up to 380 horsepower.

Back to the World Rally Championship, the Toyota Yaris WRC will have to meet with such well-known rivals as Ford Fiesta ST, Subaru WRX, Renault Clio WRC, Volkswagen Polo WRC, Citroen DS3 WRC.

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The car was developed in Cologne, Germany – where TMG’s headquarters is located – and will continue to be brought to more test roads in the future. TMG is also a subsidiary of Toyota that has been in charge of its F1 racing segment in previous years. And it is currently in charge of competing for the World Endurance Championship.

The machine will combine with a sequential 6-speed gearbox and all-wheel drive system. When participating in WRC, most car manufacturers now choose a B-class hatchback as a prototype for their racing cars. Accordingly, not only competing in showrooms. But also Yaris WRC will also face Ford Fiesta, Citroen DS3, Hyundai i20 and VW Polo on the track.

Top 10 best race car drivers of all time


Car racing is a special sport which contains several different disciplines like sports skills, vehicle type, competition and even racers. So not many people can practice car race normally.

Actually, there are many version of car racing. It can list some famous name like: open-wheel racing, drag racing, sprint car racing, rallying or stock car racing.

The following is list of top 10 the best race car drivers of all time. We’ve tried to collect list famous representative of the diverse racing kinds.


He comes from French and is one of the best racers in Formula One competition which is the most famous in car racing in all over the world.

He started his car racing career when he was only 14 years old in a family holiday occasion. After several competitions, he became the only French driver to win in F1 World Championship. This reward remarked his career to new period.

He won Formula Renault championships in 1976 and 1977. Then he won the French and European F3 championships in 1979. All reward are valuable and respectful in car racing. Many people call him with a nickname as “The Professor” to express his genius and exceptional talent.


He is a skilled car race driver with 40-year professional career. It is Joseph who broke records for fun and raced new record by himself.

When he was a little boy, he had opportunity to learn both car racing and building cars from his family. In fact that, he invented and built the Coyotes to drive in Indianapolis 500 competition in 1967 and 1977. It helped him to become a final winner.

We can list several achievements and records in his career like: four championships in Indianapolis 500, seven championship in USAC Competition, three championships in USAC Stock Car Competition, so on…