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Singapore F1 Grand Prix cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. This has been done because of the coronavirus restrictions, and even the local organiser Singapore GP Pte Ltd has confirmed it. The race was supposed to be having on the 3rd October. 

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Commenting on this Colin Syn, deputy chairperson of Singapore GP Pte Ltd said, “To cancel the event for a second year is an incredibly difficult decision, but a necessary one in light of the prevailing restrictions for live events in Singapore. We would not be able to deliver a full event experience [that] fans have come to expect over the years while safeguarding the health of our fans, contractors, volunteers and staff. Ultimately, we have to be responsible, cautious and prudent as safety is our number one concern,”

Larger pieces of South-east Asia, which had taken care of the pandemic well in its first year, are abruptly seeing a spike on the off chance that matters, provoking closures across the area and driving numerous designs to be changed. Singapore has additionally not been saved. While tickets for the 2021 occasion had not yet been made accessible, the individuals who had conceded 2020 passes to 2021 will be reached for repayment.

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