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The four Haas team members have tested negative.

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Sky Sports reports the Australian GP will go ahead! (minus McLaren ofc) :bye:

 

This is a true Bernie Ecclestone-like decision! :p

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BBC's Andrew Benson now says he's been told the race will be called off!

 

BBC vs Sky Sports drama. Someone got it wrong :lol:

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Vettel & Raikkonen have apparently flown back to Europe already.

 

Victoria PM says fans will not be allowed to attend the race.

 

FIA says they can't cancel the race on their own if there are at least 12 cars present.

 

6 teams are doing work in the garage.

 

V8 Supercars aka the support races are scheduled to go ahead.

 

The shitshow continues. FP1 is set to start in 2 hours time...

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Bahrain and Vietnam GP are officially postponed.

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3 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

Bahrain and Vietnam GP are officially postponed.

 

And since they said they expect the season to get underway 'in the end of May', the finally happening return of the Dutch GP (early May) is in major danger as well.

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A bit of news from F1 CEO Chase Carey:

https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.statement-from-f1-ceo-chase-carey-target-is-to-begin-season-in-austria.5zn2chyMjrqC8n0BkEt9e.html

 

"We’re targeting a start to racing in Europe through July, August and beginning of September, with the first race taking place in Austria on 3-5 July weekend. September, October and November, would see us race in Eurasia, Asia and the Americas, finishing the season in the Gulf in December with Bahrain before the traditional finale in Abu Dhabi, having completed between 15-18 races.

We will publish our finalised calendar as soon as we possibly can.

We expect the early races to be without fans but hope fans will be part of our events as we move further into the schedule. We still have to work out many issues like the procedures for the teams and our other partners to enter and operate in each country", says Carey. 

 

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F1 Revised Calendar V3.jpg

 

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I wouldn't put any money on it actually starting early in July :p But yeah it'd be interesting, although it'll be a bit of a pathetic sight: an empty Red Bull Ring.

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