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While talks of specifics regarding the 2021 Formula 1 regulations have been few and far between, the deadline of June is approaching rapidly. A meeting next week could paint a much clearer picture.
Next Tuesday a gathering of Formula 1 stakeholders in London will, in theory, be a major stepping stone towards determining the sport's future direction - a process that cannot start soon enough, if team bosses are to be believed.
The clock is ticking relentlessly towards 2021. Melbourne last weekend marked exactly 24 months until the first grand prix that's due to take place under new sporting and technical regulations and with a completely new financial framework.
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