The World Rally Championship (WRC) is weighing a number of plans for a September return from its Corona Virus shutdown, the president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), Jean Todt, mentioned Monday.
“The World Rally Championship is contemplating various situations with a restart in September together with the reinstatement of postponed occasions to be certain that we’ve the very best alternative to full the 2020 sequence,” Todt advised a web-based information convention.
He was talking on the first in a sequence of conferences on the way forward for motor sport organized by the FIA.
The variety of races, their dates and host nations can be introduced at a later date.
The first three rounds of the season had been held between January and mid-March.
Toyota’s Frenchman Sebastien Ogier leads the driving force standings.
Argentina and Italy races have been postponed, whereas 5 different rounds had been canceled, together with Portugal, Kenya, Finland, New Zealand and Great Britain.
Three rallies are nonetheless scheduled to happen on their unique dates: in Turkey (Sept. 24-27), Germany (Oct. 15-18) and Japan (Nov. 19-22).