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Reaction: Drivers and teams back decision to cancel Australian GP

Australian Grand Prix – Several drivers and teams from the Formula 1 paddock have supported the decision to cancel this weekend's race. Following on from the confirmed cancellation of the 2020 Australian Grand Prix in light of a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the paddock, Scuderia Ferrari and Mercedes have released statements backing the decision to cancel. Ferrari said that they 'fully support the decision taken by the FIA and Formula 1 in conjunction with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation to cancel the Australian Grand Prix (13 to 15 March) at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit.' 'The safety of all team members is our number one priority, especially as the Covid-19 pandemic...
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