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Ferrari should avoid issues on its way to Australia

The Scuderia Ferrari team says that it is monitoring the current situation revolving around the coronavirus outbreak following the Italian government’s latest measurement, but it hopes that its travel plans can go ahead as planned. After Italy's government’s recent reaction on the fast-spreading coronavirus, it became uncertain whether Scuderia Ferrari could reach Melbourne in time where the the season-opening Australian Grand Prix takes place on March 15. On Saturday night, Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conti announced that major part of nothern Italy has been put under lockown, placing over 16 million people under quarantine. The lockdown also included the Modena region where...
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