The Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix has been cancelled.
It comes after Russia's invasion of Ukraine intensified when forces entered the capital, Kyiv.
F1 say it's impossible to hold the race 'in the current circumstances' and that all relevant stakeholders contributed to the decision.
The race was due to take place in Sochi on September 25th.
The decision follows UEFA's confirmation that this season’s Champions League final will be moved from St Petersburg to Paris.
Former world champion Sebastian Vettel had already said he wouldn't take part.
A statement on the Russian Grand Prix pic.twitter.com/OZbbu9Z8ip
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