In the wake of the Covid-19 World pandemic, the Valletta Grand Prix Foundation regrets to announce that the 2020 edition of the classic car event taking place between the 8th and 11th October has been cancelled.
Malta Classic is a staple and national event involving months of intricate timescale logistical planning and dependent on volunteers, sponsors, partners as well as travel arrangements for its overseas drivers.
2020 will be the first year the annual event will not be taking place since 2008.
“Attracting thousands of vintage car racing enthusiasts each year, the Malta Classic committee has ensured 12 seamless annual events with the health and safety of drivers and its patrons at the core of its operations, and continues to do so with this decision. Whilst the effects and aftermath of the COVID-19 virus has called for the cancellation of 2020’s edition, our committee members, volunteers and hird parties are working on the most thrilling edition yet for its drivers, patrons and spectators alike for Malta Classic 2021,” Karen Zammit
Southernwood, Secretary for Malta Classic said.
Malta Classic today announced that the four-day national event is scheduled to be back on
the road between the 7th and 10th of October.
An exclusive Ferrari Dino 206SP has been confirmed for the edition, among other sought after classic cars to be announced in the run up to 2021.
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