Good news: The BOSS GP return to Tuscany can take place from 9–11 October.
Originally scheduled as the season opener, the race in Mugello had to be postponed from March to October due to corona measures. Whether spectators will be allowed to attend the race cannot be confirmed at this time.
This means that six race weekends are still on the calendar in 2020. The season is supposed to start on 20/21 June in Misano. Followed by Brno, Assen and the Italian double Mugello and Imola in October. A new date for the Jim Clark Revival in Hockenheim will be published soon. BOSS GP is in close contact with the German organizers to make this traditional race happen.
The Gamma Racing Days with the Cuvee Sensorium BOSS Grand Prix have been moved to September.
The BOSS GP event in the Netherlands will now take place from 25 to 27 September instead of August. Due to the extensive regulations to control the spread of the corona virus, the organizers were forced to react and move the popular event to fall. Already purchased paddock tickets and VIP tickets remain valid.
Current developments regarding a possible start of the season will be published as soon as possible on www.bossgp.com.
The BOSS GP race weekend at Hockenheim planned for April 24-26 has been postponed.
Due to the
current rules and regulations in place to contain the corona virus, the BOSS GP
races in Germany cannot take place at the scheduled time.
organisers of the traditional event in Hockenheim try their best to find a
later date this year. Tickets that have already been purchased remain valid.
Previously, the BOSS GP Season Opening in Mugello, scheduled for the end of March, had to be postponed due to the corona crisis. As soon as alternative dates are confirmed, they will be published on www.bossgp.com.
Unfortunately, the race weekend in Mugello planned for 27 to 29 March had to be cancelled.
According to a further decree of the Italian government, it is no longer possible to hold a sporting event of this size on the scheduled date. The reason for this are the security measures of the Italian government to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
The protection of participants, helpers and spectators has top priority for BOSS GP. In addition, freedom of travel is restricted in large parts of the world. That means fair competition, in which all drivers can travel to the race, is currently impossible.
BOSS GP and the race organisers Peroni try to arrange a substitute race later this year. Updates on this will be published on www.bossgp.com.
Therefore, the season of the Big Open Single Seater will start in Hockenheim as in previous years. The Jim Clark Revival will take place from April 24th to 26th with two races of BOSS GP.
The first race of BOSS GP in Brno has been postponed to Sunday, starting time 9:15 am.
The heavy rain caused Volker Ehekircher, the race director and series organiser to postpone the race scheduled for 14:50 today to Sunday. The weather forecasts promise better conditions for the second race day at the Masaryk Racing Days.
The warm-up scheduled for tomorrow will not take place, instead two BOSS GP races will be held on just one day. Race 1 starts at 9:15, race 2 at 12:55. Both races have a distance of 20 minutes.
Race 1 of BOSS GP at the Jim Clark Revival in Hockenheim has been postponed to tomorrow morning 10 a.m. due to heavy rain just before the start.
A new timetable will be published later.