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The other sagas from F1's trip to Melbourne

The many storylines that were expected to play out during the course of the Australian GP weekend were utterly overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic that forced the event's cancellation. It will now be some time before these hot potatoes can be picked up again and the outcomes decided

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The coronavirus crisis is challenging the modern way of life like never before and it has already had a defining impact on the 2020 Formula 1 season.

The dramatic cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix will forever be the story of what should have been F1's 25th race at Albert Park, but before events took a serious turn when a McLaren team member tested positive for COVID-19, there was some semblance of normality around the chaos.

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