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Marko sees option: 'Then we can have two races in one weekend'

Helmut Marko does not know if the home-Grand Prix of Red Bull Racing can continue on the originally planned date. Furthermore, the top man of the Austrian team is of the opinion that it should be possible to have two races in one weekend in Formula 1 this season. "Right now you would have to be clairvoyant to be able to make a correct prediction," says Marko in conversation with the ORF television station. As far as the Austrian medium is concerned, Red Bull's advisor does not dare say anything about whether or not the Austrian Grand Prix will go ahead. Read more Red Bull already produces respiratory equipment: 'Big advantage of Formula 1' Marko secretly hopes for GP's with an...
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