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Fines and/or prison if Hungary rules are broken

British and non-EU Formula 1 drivers risk fines and/or imprisonment if they break the strict lockdown rules in force in Hungary. The Formula 1 roadshow is heading to Budapest for the third round of the revised 2020 season once the double header at the Red Bull Ring concludes this weekend with the Styrian Grand Prix. Strict protocols have been in place since Formula 1 restarted and they appear to be working as there has yet to be a single positive COVID-19 reported. But, even stricter rules will be place once the teams touch down in Hungary, especially the British and non-EU members of those teams. The hotel and the track are the only two locations that they will be able to travel between...
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