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Austrian health ministry confirms F1 approval

Sebastian Vettel laps the Red Bull Ring during the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix weekend Formula 1’s return races in Austria in July have been approved by the nation’s Ministry of Health. The confirmation comes shortly after a report from Austria emerged claiming as much, namely races at the Red Bull Ring on July 5 and July 12. However, crowds will not be allowed after all, despite that Die Motorprofis report stating that up to 500 spectators would be allowed into the circuit. Importantly, the grands prix are not legally classified as events and teams are therefore allowed to enter the circuit in its capacity as a workplace. “The two Formula 1 races on July 5 and 12 at Spielberg will be...
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