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Summernats no show for January but mini-event planned for March

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Summernats fans will have to wait till March for a smaller COVID-safe event. Photo: Summernats.

Summernats organisers have been forced to cancel January’s event planned for Exhibition Park due to COVID-19 restrictions but will stage a mini-Nats in March as part of the Enlighten Festival.

Managing director Andy Lopez said under the current COVID-19 event rules, a normal Summernats was not possible but the annual car festival will return in 2022 from 6 to 9 January.

“ACT Health is using Exhibition Park as a COVID-19 testing facility until the end of November and can’t confirm we’ll have our venue back, which is an unmanageable risk to our event,” he said.

”Combined with ACT Health’s recently released protocols that exclude…

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