In the round-up: The promoters of the Mexican Grand Prix expect their race will be able to go ahead as planned.
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El México GP mantiene su fecha firme para 2020 (Mexico Grand Prix - Spanish)
CIE, the promoter of the Mexican Grand Prix, say the originally scheduled date for the race weekend of October 30th-November 1st 'remains firm'.
Binotto: 'Ferrari orgoglio italiano. Tornare in pista sarà un'emozione' (La Gazzetta dello Sport)
"It was not simple at all to deal with certain crucial points for the short and medium term future, but Ferrari acted with a strong sense of responsibility both towards its co-operators and towards Formula 1 more generally, putting the collective interest before that."
Norris testing F3 car this week to end on-track hiatus (The Race)
"I’ll be testing F3. I have some karting coming up over the next couple of weeks. So, it’s kind of getting quite busy again."
Indy Lights shutdown this year may lead to more competitive field in 2021 (Indy Star)
"Frankly, if we shut some of the junior levels down for a year, they’re out of business. Some of those teams, they’re not strong enough to take a year off. It’s not the best schedule we’ve ever had, cause we’re doing a couple stand-alones, but it is what it is, so that hopefully we can keep the pipeline going."
Spanish F4 reveals new promoter and 2020 schedule (Formula Scout)
"Spanish Formula 4 has announced a new promoter made up of a number of teams, as well as revealing a revamped 2020 calendar."
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