The coronavirus pandemic has hit the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship with four 100 km races unaccounted for following the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix cancellation.
Currently, there have been no decisions made by Supercars about future events, however, it has affirmed it is ‘prepared to adapt' the calendar to deliver a complete championship.
It has also said it “will look to reschedule another event later in the year”.
With the exclusion of the Adelaide Parklands Circuit and the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, there are eight permanent circuits and four temporary street circuits on the remaining calendar.
However, there are other options currently not on the calendar that offer viable options.
The former has been a staple of the Supercars calendar since it opened in 1999. The circuit has hosted sprint and endurance races, sometimes both in the same year.
The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is another logical option given its proximity to several teams.
The circuit is also local for several Melbourne-based outfits; Kelly Racing, Erebus Motorsport, Team 18, Walkinshaw Andretti United, and Tickford Racing.
However, in recent years the circuit has struggled to attract crowds for Supercars events. It has also come under fire for its narrow pit lane.
Phillip Island and Queensland Raceway are but two options potentially available, with Supercars feverishly working to find a solution to an ever changing problem.
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