News Formula 1: Four suspected cases in the paddock

10:56  11 march  2020
10:56  11 march  2020 Source:   ran.de

No catch-up date: Monaco Grand Prix 2020 canceled

 No catch-up date: Monaco Grand Prix 2020 canceled © Motorsport Images Monaco cancellation Munich - The coronavirus pandemic is historic in Formula 1: For the first time in 66 years there will be a season without the Monaco Grand Prix. That was last the case in 1954. The Automobil Club de Monaco (ACM) said in a statement that the race for 2020 has been completely canceled. There will therefore be no catch-up race.

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Stephen Paddock had a troubled childhood, with a bank robber for a father, who regularly beat him, and a mother who struggled to bring However, the shotgun and rifle Paddock bought would not have been "capable of what we've seen and heard in the video without modification", Mr Famiglietti said.

Corona-Sorge vor dem Australien-GP © AFPSIDWILLIAM WEST Corona concern before the Australian GP

Melbourne - Before the start of the Formula 1 season in Australia, there is concern about the spread of the corona virus in the paddock.

As early as Wednesday, four of the team's employees in Melbourne were suspected, the employees of Haas, McLaren and Williams were tested for the virus because of typical symptoms and remain in their hotel rooms until they are clarified. There have been no confirmed cases. Drivers or management staff are not affected.

Only on Thursday does Formula 1 pick up speed with the busy media day, usually all drivers then appear in the context of mostly crowded press rounds. On Wednesday, however, media events for the Red Bull and Renault racing teams were only shortened or with a minimum distance to avoid "no unnecessary risks".

place for further races: Formula 1 moves summer break to March / April

 place for further races: Formula 1 moves summer break to March / April © LAT The Formula 1 summer break already takes place in March and April The FIA ​​has reacted to the effects of the corona virus and the Formula 1 summer break officially from August postponed to March and April. The world association is making room for possible rescheduled races in August. As the FIA ​​officially announces, it is mandatory for all ten teams to close their factory for a total of 21 days in a row in March and April.

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After the race on Sunday (6.10 a.m.CET / RTL and Sky), which should take place without any real impairments, Formula 1 will travel straight to Bahrain. The first ghost race in the history of the premier class is scheduled to take place there on March 22. Due to the spread of the corona virus, it was decided last weekend to exclude the audience.

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© LAT Cancellation yes / no: Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel takes the GPDA to duty "The bottom line is that you look at yourself," says Sebastian Vettel . And because the tense corona situation ( watch all developments in the ticker here! ) has now also reached the Formula 1 paddock in Melbourne, drastic measures could follow. In any case, Vettel does not rule out that the drivers could agree to cancel the opening race 2020.

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