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Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has said that the 20 drivers could “pull the handbrake” on the 2020 Australian Grand Prix.
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation have issued an update as the coronavirus continues to threaten the race, while confirming a ninth person has now been tested.
Max Verstappen knows the lack of interaction between fans and drivers due to the coronavirus isn’t ideal, but hopes they understand.
Red Bull’s Alex Albon says the precautions put in place at the Australian Grand Prix have made the event feel different.
Fingers crossed, but the Australian Grand Prix seems to have withstood the coronavirus and we can look forward to kicking off the 2020 season.
Red Bull are poised to launch a second protest against Mercedes if they use their dual-axis steering system (DAS) in Melbourne.
CEO of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, Andrew Westacott, has said it is all systems go for the season opener in Melbourne despite continued coronavirus fears.
The Australian Grand Prix could be in doubt after several regions in northern Italy were locked down, including Modena where Ferrari are based.
It has been a long winter, but finally the Formula 1 circus is back on the road – first stop Albert Park for the 2020 Australian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas says he sees “no reason why not to” use Mercedes’ dual-axis steering system at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.