After the Tourist Trophy was canceled for the second year in a row, organizers of other road races have also begun to question the possibilities of executing the event, as well as the impossibility of running behind closed doors without major losses from points. economic outlook.
With the arrival of the new wave of Kovid-19, then, the United Kingdom and Ireland ended in a very difficult lockdown to overcome and led the organizers of reliance on the impossibility of making predictions. Kells Road Race The event was initially scheduled for June 19 and 20, to be canceled.
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A potential domino effect
The Tourist Trophy and the Kells, at this time, are the only road races officially canceled, but could have a real domino effect in the coming weeks, as Many races are already at risk.
A final decision will be made in late January about North west 200 In May, as well as for smaller national races, which would be an economic loss, with a possible event without spectators. On another runIsle of Man, That the bilown circuit has a Southern 100, the Classic TT and Manx GP are not sleeping well, even though they are scheduled for August and September.
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