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Motorsport Australia says that a busier than normal second half of 2020 is a positive sign for the sport, despite the Coronavirus pandemic. In an email sent to its members, Motorsport Australia CEO Eugene Arocca, said: "You may have seen a number of events scheduled for the coming months being postponed, rather than cancelled – this is a positive sign that the latter half of 2020 could end up being one of the busiest few months in recent years. "We will of course be ready for this influx of events, permit applications and many other queries that will no doubt result from the ‘restart’ of our great sport, once we are through the worst of this global pandemic. "I’d like to thank all our members for their ongoing support and understanding during this time. We know many of you are struggling with your own businesses or employment situations, but the attitudes, comments and support of those who have been in contact with us has been overwhelmingly positive, highlighting the sport’s ability to get through any crisis together. "More importantly, it illustrates just how fortunate we are to have members who truly care about our sport." Australian Rally Championship organisers are already planning a re-jigged calendar of events for when the current social distancing restrictions are lifted.

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https://rallysportmag.com/plans-for-revised-arc-calendar-in-late-2020/
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