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F1 handed boost over behind closed doors British GP

Formula 1’s hopes of staging a behind closed doors British Grand Prix have been given a boost following updated guidance from the UK government.  The 2020 F1 season has been heavily delayed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which has caused the opening 10 races to be postponed or cancelled altogether. F1 hopes to get the campaign underway with a series of behind closed doors double-header events in Europe, starting in Austria on July 3-5 and followed by two races at Silverstone later in the month.  Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s address to the UK public on Sunday evening, a 50-page guidance document was published on Monday detailing how England will begin to ease its...
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