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MotoGP, Finland to reopen its borders in May, is the GP at the KymiRing saved?

The government has announced a relaxation of restrictive measures for the next few months, but the Rally of Finland has been postponed to the autumn

MotoGP: Finland to reopen its borders in May, is the GP at the KymiRing saved?

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The Finnish Grand Prix, the first at the KymiRing scheduled for 11 July, should go ahead without any problems. The Finnish government held a press conference this morning to illustrate the new restrictions put in place to combat the Covid epidemic and has decided to loosen its grip. This means that in May it will reopen the borders for citizens of the European Union for work reasons. Furthermore, according to the schedule, starting from June, outdoor sporting events will be able to take place without safe distancing, which could mean having the general public at the Grand Prix. To be sure, however, it will be necessary to wait until May, when the Government will communicate its strategy for the coming months.

It’s worth mentioning in fact that the Rally of Finland, an appointment traditionally held in summer, has been moved to the autumn, to a date to be defined between the end of September and the beginning of October.

 

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