Motorsport

Monaco Grand Prix cancelled for the first time since 1954

The F-I-A has confirmed that the Dutch and Spanish Grand Prix's due to be staged in May have also been postponed

For the first time since 1954, the iconic Monaco Grand Prix won’t be part of this year’s Formula One season.

The F-I-A has confirmed that the Dutch and Spanish Grand Prix’s due to be staged in May have also been postponed due to the coronavirus – following on from the races in Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam and China.

Monaco’s organisers say it’s not an option to reschedule their race later in the year even when the season does resume.

Stephen Byrne

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