There will be no title sponsor for this year’s Macau Grand Prix, which will go ahead from November 19 to 21, but without a roster of international competitors, due to travel restrictions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Macau’s six casino licensees will each sponsor one of the six races at the meeting this year, it was announced on Monday at a press conference (pictured) by the organising committee.
A press release issued by the Macau government, said that as the local Covid-19 outlook “stabilises”, holding this year’s Grand Prix as scheduled “sends a clear message and demonstrates that Macau is a vibrant and safe city to visit”.
The six races to be held this year are: the SJM Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix; the Sands China Macau GT Cup; the Galaxy Entertainment Macau Guia Race; the Melco Macau Touring Car Cup; the MGM Greater Bay Area GT Cup; and the Wynn Porsche Carrera Cup Challenge.
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