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"Not a chance" Australian F1 GP will be run without fans

Autosport Monday, 9 March 2020
Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix boss Andrew Westacott says the Melbourne 2020 season-opener will not follow Bahrain and be run without spectators amid coronavirus fears
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