Yas Marina Circuit will host FIA Formula 4 UAE Championship race action as part of this year’s Formula1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. For the second time in the space of three years, a non-point scoring Trophy Round of F4 UAE will take place over the course of the Abu Dhabi
The British Grand Prix was suspended for the time being after the championship leader Max Verstappenn escaped a deadly crash on Sunday.
The 36-year-old Briton had been out of contract since the end of last year but the negotiations had turned into something of a saga, with questions raised about why it was taking so long.
The tournament reaches its climax during a pulsating schedule of on-site finals taking place over the four days of #NoFilterDxb at Dubai Harbour, with a prize fund of Dhs20,000.
Whether in football, cricket, ruby or even Formula One, England has been performing superbly in sports over the last six months thanks to the power of luck and foreign coaches.
The race is expected to join nine other grands prix that have already been cancelled or postponed this season as Formula One grapples with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
Their rapid action over the race comes after defending world champion Max Verstappen and four-time champion Sebastian Vettel had publicly declared at testing in Barcelona their opposition to driving in the race.
The world championship leader from Monaco started from pole, held his position at the first corner and never looked back, scorching round the 58-lap Albert Park circuit to take the chequered flag by a massive 20.5 seconds.
The Mercedes-EQ driver goes into the Seoul E-Prix with a 36-point lead at the top of the Driver standings following an impressive campaign of several podiums and consistent points scoring.