In the wake of the dreaded COVID pandemic, the Valletta Grand Prix Foundation announced that the Malta Classic, which was to take place on 8-11 October, has been cancelled. 2020 will be the first year since 2008, that the annual street racing event, along with all its peripheral activities, will not be taking place. Attracting thousands of enthusiasts to the picturesque island each year, the Malta Classic committee has promised, “the most thrilling edition yet for its drivers, patrons and spectators alike for Malta Classic 2021.” The four-day national event is scheduled to be back on the road on 7-10 October next year.
Racing in the streets of Malta will be back next year
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