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The nightmare F1 was never going to avoid

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The nightmare F1 was never going to avoid
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Mar 12, 2020, 2:28 PM

Despite its defiance in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, reality has hit at the heart of the F1 paddock. McLaren has withdrawn from the Australian Grand Prix after a team member was diagnosed with the virus, and now questions are being posed as to what happens next - and whether this should have even happened in the first place

The world is facing a practically unprecedented situation in the modern age. The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is having an impact - on a global scale - that modern societies and economies have not faced before.

There was no chance Formula 1's 2020 season was going to avoid being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Series Formula 1
Event Australian GP
Author Alex Kalinauckas