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The Formula 1 Grand Prix has been cancelled by Montreal public health

An F1 bubble is not feasible.

For the second consecutive year, the Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix in Montreal, which was tentatively scheduled for June 13, has been cancelled, according to Radio-Canada. Montreal public health authorities deemed the event to be too high-risk, even if it occurred behind closed doors with no spectators.

Quebec public health director Horacio Arruda recently suggested that it could be possible to hold the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Montreal safely. However, Montreal public health said that even a bubble structure for the teams would leave hundreds of volunteers exposed to a potential spread of the virus.

For more information about public health restrictions and safety measures in Quebec, please visit the Santé Québec website.


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