The scheduled BOSS GP races in Misano Adriatico and at the Hockenheimring will not take place in 2020.
The first BOSS GP race after the Corona crisis should have taken place in Misano (ITA) on June 20, 2020. The organizers in Italy have tried until the end to be able to hold the race event, if necessary, without spectators. However, as the Italian authorities have not yet given their approval, the event had to be cancelled unfortunately. The reason for the restrictions are the still ongoing regulations to contain the corona pandemic. This means that the debut of Europe’s fastest racing series on the very interesting racetrack on the Adriatic coast is postponed to next year.
Sadly, the race at the Jim Clark Revival in Hockenheim (DEU) cannot take place either. The race originally planned for April was already postponed two months ago. The organisers are aiming a spare date in autumn. However, because BOSS GP has already planned two races each in September and October, the Big Open Single Seater will not be able to compete in this year’s Hockenheim Historic.
Four race weekends in the schedule of the 2020 BOSS GP series are currently confirmed:
- 4–6 September Brno (Czech Republic) Masaryk Racing Days
- 25–27 September Assen (Netherlands) Cuvee Sensorium Grand Prix
- 9–11 October Mugello (Italy) BOSS Mugello Grand Prix
- 23–25 October Imola (Italy) Pirelli Grande Finale
BOSS GP is in negotiations with other racetracks and organisers in order to be able to include possible substitute races in the calendar. As soon as there are any news, we will publish them on www.bossgp.com.