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F1’s British GP to remain open to fans despite new lockdown extension

Lockdown restrictions have been extended until July 19 by Prime Minister Boris Johnson amid concerns over COVID-19 rates rising again. The British GP is set to take place between July 16-18, just before restrictions are expected to be completely lifted. Restrictions were initially going to be eased on June 21 and thus would have allowed Silverstone to host a full 140,000 capacity crowd. Currently, it is unclear how many fans will be allowed into Silverstone with organisers set to have further talks with the UK government later this week. Related Articles AlphaTauri F1 'doesn't have an answer' for strong Baku performance - Gasly AlphaTauri F1 'doesn't have an answer' for strong Baku...
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