The Cardiff Grand Prix is ​​the third round of this cycle, the cancellation of which was a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, the first two rounds were canceled – in Teterow in Germany and in Terenzano in Italy.

More and more disturbing news is reaching black sports fans from all over the world. BSI via the website Announced the cancellation of the next round. This is the second time since 2001 that the British Grand Prix has been held for the first time in Cardiff that no competition will be held in the Welsh capital. Again for the same reason – a pandemic.

Due to the ongoing restrictions of social distancing and the uncertainty about the return of large-scale events in Wales, FIM, BSI and Principality Stadium have decided to cancel the 2021 Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix, which was scheduled to take place on July 17, 2021. – We read on the official website of the course.

Currently, eight Grand Prix rounds are planned. However, there are many indications that this is not the end and that the next competition in the tournament to select an individual world champion may not happen. What will he do with this fact? BSI? A few days ago, when the Grand Prix was canceled in Teterow Paul Bellme And he announced that despite the ordeals, the organizers intend to organize eleven tours.

The current calendar of Grand Prix Speed ​​2021:

June 5: Czech Grand Prix (Prague)
June 19 Unconfirmed host
July 31 – Grand Prix of Poland (Wroclaw)
August 7 – Grand Prix in Poland (Warsaw)
August 14 – Swedish Grand Prix (Melilla)
August 28 – Russian Grand Prix (Togliatti)
September 11 – Danish Grand Prix (Foynes)
October 2 – Grand Prix of Poland (Toru)

Participants in the 2021 Steel Grand Prix:
Bartosz Zammarzlik (Poland)

Tay and Venden (Great Britain)
Frederick Lindgren (Switzerland)
Maciej Janowski (Poland)
Leon Madsen (Denmark)
Jason Doyle (Australia)
Artyom Lagota (Russia)
Emil Sagvotdino (Russia)
Martin Vaculik (Slovakia)
Max Frick (Australia)
Matij Zaggar (Slovenia)
Anders Thompson (Denmark)
Oliver Bernitzon (Sweden)
Krzysztof Kasprzak (Poland)
Robert Lambert (Great Britain)

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Conrad Clossack

I come from Ostrów Wielkopolski. I study economics at the University of Life Sciences in Wroclaw. I am interested in all kinds of sports competitions. I particularly like the highway and snowboarding.