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Portuguese Grand Prix to take place without spectators

Formula 1’s upcoming Portuguese Grand Prix will be held without spectators owing to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions in the country. The championship returned to Portugal in 2020 after a 24-year absence as part of the pandemic-hit calendar and did so for the first time at Portimao. Its inclusion was initially as a one-off but Portimao secured […]
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