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'Grand prix is going ahead': Race fans defy virus as ticket sales lift

Brisbane Times Monday, 2 March 2020
The Victorian government says the Australian Grand Prix will go ahead as planned, as Formula One fans shrug off virus fears and snap up tickets.
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