New Zealand Grand Prix 2022 is canceled

New Zealand Grand Prix 2022 is canceled

The 2022 running of the New Zealand Grand Prix has been canceled due to the country’s ongoing border controls.

The 67th running of the famous race was set to take place at Hampton Downs next month, effectively forming a one-event Toyota Racing Series season.

However, citing NZ’s ongoing border restrictions and its impact on the field, Toyota Gazoo Racing New Zealand has canceled the GP.

According to the announcement, at least eight international drivers were unable to get a spot in NZ’s Managed Isolation and Quarantine system.

“We have waited until the last possible moment to give potential drivers a chance to get to New Zealand for the GP event,” explained TGRNZ Motorsport Manager Nicolas Caillol.

“However, with the border restrictions currently in place and all of those drivers simply unable to find MIQ spots, we do not believe we can run the Grand Prix that we or the spectators want to see or that the event itself deserves, so we have very reluctantly decided to cancel this year’s race.

“Those eight [international drivers] would have made a big difference to the quality and size of our grid for the GP and had they been able to get here, we would have been able to put on a great show.


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