The number cancelled sporting events keeps growing by the hour. Do you think off-roading events will be next?
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Following the confirmation that a member of the McLaren Racing Team has tested positive for COVID-19 and the team’s decision to withdraw from the Australian Grand Prix, Formula 1 and the FIA convened a meeting of the other nine team principals on Thursday evening. Those discussions concluded with a majority view of the teams was that the race should not go ahead. Formula 1 and the FIA, with the full support of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) have therefore taken the decision that all Formula 1 activity for the Australian Grand Prix are cancelled.
We appreciate this is very disappointing news for the thousands of fans due to attend the race and all ticket holders will receive a full refund and a further announcement will be communicated in due course.
All parties took into consideration the huge efforts of the AGPC, Motorsport Australia, staff and volunteers to stage the opening round of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship in Melbourne, however concluded that the safety of all members of the Formula 1 family and the wider community, as well as the fairness of the competition take priority.
We wish @danmcmillin the best of luck in 2020. He will be driving the hottest Trophy Truck model in the industry. The AWD @masonmotorsportsinc TT.
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2020 VISION. Very proud to present the new look of #McMillinRacing for Luke and I, and our new AWD #TrophyTruck17 ! Welcome to the team 4WheelParts! Let's go racing 🏁 Head to @4wheelpartsofficial for the full video!
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#Baja1000 #Baja500 #Baja400 #SanFelipe250 #KOH #kingofthehammers #TrophyTruck
When a former @f1 champions birthday cake is in the form of a Trophy Truck it mean he has seriously been bitten by the off-road bug. That is a great testament of the off-road community.
Happy Birthday @jensonbutton may you race in the desert for many years!
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#tbt last Weekend. Love a themed cake, actually I just love cake! 😍
Everyone at @mybajaphoto wish @justin.matney a speedy recovery. Thanks for your support over the years.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Bristol, Virginia: RPM Racing announced today that Justin Matney, Clyde Stacy and the entire RPM Racing team will not be competing in off-road events during the first half of the 2020 race season due to a medical issue involving a team owner. Justin has been forced to withdraw from several races, and has withdrawn from the Mint 400 in March. Health and family come first at RPM. Justin is scheduled for mitral heart valve surgery in February at the Cleveland Clinic and plans to be back racing in the 2020 Baja 1000 and BITD BlueWater Desert Challenge.
According to Justin, “We anticipate a return to a full schedule of off-road racing in 2021, and look forward to racing for championships in several different classes next year. The thoughts and prayers of the off-road racing community are greatly appreciated.