By convention, the seventh phase of the Formula One calendar should be held as part of the Canadian Grand Prix on June 13th at the Met.
In an interview on the program “Salut, Bonjour!” Friday morning, the President and CEO of Canadian Grand Prix François Dumontier, the president and CEO, discussed the mysteries surrounding this event enthusiastically, which was welcomed by people from home and abroad.
“As we said, the federal government imposed a 14-day quarantine on people entering the country. This is the main obstacle on June 13. With the June 6 match held in Azerbaijan, we cannot see how to implement this. Policies.”
When asked if he plans to postpone the event to fall (for example, October 17), Dumontier was quite cautious.
“This is one of the scenarios envisaged, but it will be difficult. This year’s calendar is very busy. The farther we advance this season, the better the effectiveness of the vaccination campaign in different countries/regions. Most important Yes, you have to consider the weather in Montreal at that time of the year.”
For François Dumontier, holding events like the Canadian Grand Prix in a closed context will not help.
“It is possible to work behind closed doors. But it is not feasible. Therefore, we will eventually have to consider this situation. Our income has always been based on ticket sales, ticket boxes and sponsorship…”
See the full interview in the video above.