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The World Rally Championship organisers have provided an update the 2020 season, and what events are still hoping to run this year. The FIA and WRC Promoter continue to actively monitor the worldwide and individual country situation regarding COVID-19 in co-operation with event organisers and ASNs. The following is an update on each of the imminent upcoming events: "Our goal is to now continue to monitor as best as we can with the evolving situation around the pandemic and the Government restrictions," WRC Promoter said. "No decisions on event dates will be made before updates on the respective emergency status are available. There is a duty of care to all stakeholders including fans, drivers, teams, media, suppliers and others to protect not only ourselves but also the wider community, and this remains our key focus. "We remain committed to continuing with as many rallies as we can either on their current date, or where possible, a rescheduled date. "There remains constant dialogue amongst FIA, WRC Promoter, teams and event organisers to evaluate all options for running events, including but not limited to: - Event format (competition days, event overlay, competitive distance) - Championship requirements (counting rounds and points) - Logistics (facilities, locations, transport) - Any required social distancing, health, safety and medical requirements for competitors, teams, media and spectators FIA and WRC Promoter remain focused on the need to keep professional and private/customer teams, drivers and sponsors engaged and viable ongoing concerns for when the season can resume." Regular updates are expected as deadlines from the table above arrive.
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