Supercars delay Tasmania SuperSprint by per week after Brisbane outbreak
Supercars at the moment introduced that the third spherical of the upcoming 2021 Championship shall be delayed by per week as a consequence of a latest outbreak of COVID-19 in Queensland’s capital Brisbane.
Initially scheduled to happen April 10-11 on the Symmons Plains circuit in Tasmania, the race will now happen on the weekend of the seventeenth and 18th, giving Brisbane-based groups and workers time to journey with restrictions present quarantine and isolation.
A class assertion says all ticket holders on the unique dates of the occasion will be capable of attend the delayed spherical within the hopes that additional delays don’t push it additional.
“In gentle of the present COVID-19 state of affairs in Brisbane, Supercars has made the precautionary determination to delay the subsequent Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint by one week,” the assertion learn.
“The occasion will now happen all through the weekend of April 17-18. All tickets already bought for the occasion will stay legitimate and shall be moved to the brand new occasion dates.
“As has been the case for the reason that begin of the COVID-19 pandemic, Supercar workers and racing groups will adjust to all relevant authorities laws when visiting and internet hosting the occasion.
“Supercars thanks all of the followers for his or her fixed endurance and apologizes for any inconvenience induced. We sit up for welcoming everybody to a secure occasion in Tasmania within the coming weeks. “
At present, Triple Eight is the one crew based mostly fully in Brisbane, however the different Queensland groups, Dick Johnson Racing and Matt Stone Racing, have workers within the metropolis as a consequence of its proximity to their bases on the Gold Coast.