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British Grand Prix: Silverstone and F1 will decide whether race can go ahead by the end of April

BBC News Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Silverstone and Formula 1 say they have until the end of April to decide whether the British Grand Prix can be held as planned on 17-19 July.
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