Green light for Monte Carlo

Green light for Monte Carlo

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Nobody gave a euro for him Monte Carlo Rally. The evolution of the pandemic and the restrictive measures of the French government invited to think that the first appointment of the World championship it was doomed to failure. But at the end the inaugural test of the season has the green light, and the engines will begin to roar in Gap next Thursday.

He Monaco Automobile Club the rally organization chart has changed on countless occasions to adapt to the successive measures that were being imposed in France. Among others, coupling their schedule to the curfew between six in the afternoon and six in the morning. But one last stumbling block was missing: the measures announced this afternoon by the French Prime Minister, Jean Castex. And, although the restrictions have been extended, they do not prevent the dispute of the test.

Only attendees arriving from Britain they will have to advance their trip to Sunday to avoid the seven-day quarantine that takes effect on Monday for them. Something that will affect the team Ford and many of the employees of the company promoting the championship, who come from UK. In fact, some of the components of the oval formation are already in France and they started the preparatory field test with Teemu Suninen today.

The one that has not been saved from the burning has been the Historic Monte Carlo Rally, which was to be held a week after the World Cup event, whose cancellation has been announced today.

Melissa Galbraith
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