City’s Grand Touring and World Touring Car Cup events have also been cancelled this year.
Monthly themes to attract more visitors kick off with Spring into Arts and include Tasty June, Autumn Delights, Festive October and Dazzling Winter.
Masks and social distancing are unfeasible, so compulsory vaccination – as required at international events – is the way forward, says policy secretary.
Sports Bureau planning to used closed-loop management system similar to Beijing Olympics; 200 Macao athletes set for September’s Asian Games.
Just over 800,000 visitors recorded, mainly from mainland, but still one-third of arrivals in November 2019.
Sports Bureau President Pun Weng Kun did not reveal ticket sales numbers, but says event attracted MOP 33 million from sponsors.
Following a glittering career to date, the city’s boy wonder racer is already looking to the future and the next generation of racers.
Twenty-year-old wins the MGP for the second time in his career, bringing a weekend of racing thrills to a triumphant conclusion for the city.
Event runs for three days, with a host of entertainment on offer as well as real-time race broadcasts.
Fines of up to MOP 20,000 await anyone who defies the ban, which includes any sort of ‘unmanned aircraft activity’ over the peninsula.
Elsie Ao Ieong U says Macao’s premier international sporting event will help rebuild faith in city’s tourism; eight racers still in quarantine.
Around 10,000 spectators expected at three-day event; full Covid-19 precautions will be enforced for all taking part.
Free admission carnival will feature car racing sports for kids and a chance to take a closer look at the cars plus live-streamed races.
Event features recreation of the Guia Circuit and interactive games, but admission comes with a slew of rules and regulations.
Drivers for the six races will be drawn from Macao, Hong Kong and the mainland; tickets priced at MOP 50 and up go on sale today.
As well as Pro, Pro-Am and Am driver classes, additional category will include previous generation 991 cars.
Once again, Covid-19 blights the Macau Grand Prix, the city’s most prestigious sports event.
Made by veteran director Sérgio Basto Perez, the documentary will be shown at the Grand Prix Museum.
The city’s premier motorsports event looks likely to be back on full form this winter, though there is no official confirmation as yet.
Revamped exhibits – now eco- and disabled-friendly – highlight all the history and thrills of Macao’s world-famous number-one sporting event.
Grand Prix planning going ahead, but still not 100 per cent confirmed as Covid-19 continues to play havoc with life in the city.
Charles Leong Hon Chio led a historic one-two for local Macao drivers to win Sunday’s Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix (MGP).
Britain’s Rob Huff, driving an MG XPower, won a controversial 10th Guia Race title on Sunday but after a steward’s inquiry was given a 30-second penalty dropping him to 23rd.
Jason Zhang Zhiqiang made history on Sunday as the first mainland Chinese driver to win the Macau Guia Race, following a post-race penalty for on-the-road winner Rob Huff.
The three-day 67th Macau Grand Prix (MGP) logged some 50,000 spectators, and broke the single-day visitor arrivals record in the past nine months with 28,000 on the first day of the motor-racing event on Friday.