Late last night the Northern Territory declared Brisbane , Logan and Ipswich Cities as COVID-19 Hotspots which has put the two back-to-back Darwin Supercar rounds in doubt, chatter going around says maybe they should run at Queensland Raceway if they cannot get to Darwin.
What do you think of this, should they run two events back-to-back at Queensland Raceway? There are immediate updates required to achieve a Motorsport Australia license to run there. Not impossible but some leeway is understood needed from MA to help QR out – plus Supercars would need to foot the bill.
But does it make sense? All of the teams are domiciled here in Queensland, they are ready to race, there is of course no requirements for quarantine.
It would be reasonably easy to setup the required TV cameras and systems, and probably run with no spectators?
Tell us what you think? Should they fall back to two Queensland Rounds?
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