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German TV confirm they won't travel to Australia or Bahrain over coronavirus fears

The German TV broadcasters have confirmed they won't travel to Australia and Bahrain. In February, the same company confirmed they won't travel to Vietnam meaning they will miss the first three Grands Prix due to coronavirus fears.  They will do all work from their studio at home for the opening three races on the Formula 1 calendar.  Bahrain is taking measures The announcement comes on the same day as the Bahrain organisation has requested a complete list of flight details from all parties who will travel to the country for the Grand Prix. Read more Bahrain ask teams for list of all employees' recent travel history In it, all persons who went along had to indicate whether they...
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