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Portuguese GP likely to run without fans in stands

Next weekend's Portuguese Grand Prix looks set to be forced behind closed doors as the sport continues to deal with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic around the world. Last year's calendar had to be completely rewritten after the first cases of COVID were detected at Melbourne's Albert Park, forcing the sport to cancel the Australian GP at the last minute and go into months of lockdown. F1 did go on to successfully complete a 17-race season. Many of those Grand Prix had to be held behind closed doors with no fans in the grandstands, but F1 bosses had hoped that 2021 would see a return to normal. "At this stage I’m still hopeful and optimistic that the bulk of the season will...
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