Honda Thanks Day of 2020 canceled, Verstappen and Albon can stay home

08-07-2020 18:38
by GPblog.com
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Honda Thanks Day of 2020 canceled, Verstappen and Albon can stay home

Honda organizes the 'Honda Thanks Day' every year to thank its racing fans for their support over the past season. However, the 2020 edition has been cancelled. That has everything to do with the coronavirus outbreak.

Normally at least 15,000 people attend the free event each year, but due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, it is not responsible to continue the Honda Thanks Day of 2020.

No Verstappen and Albon

Every year Honda-affiliated drivers give several demos at the Twin Ring Motegi Circuit. They will probably not have to report until 2021. This also applies to Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon. According to information from Autosport Web the Red Bull Racing drivers will be present this year.

The festivities were planned for November. Whether this year's Honda Thanks Day will be overtaken at a later date remains to be seen. Drivers who come into action have a very busy racing schedule.

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