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Why F1 can take heart from the Bundesliga’s lessons

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Why F1 can take heart from the Bundesliga’s lessons
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Jun 25, 2020, 9:43 AM

As Formula 1 finally returns to action next week, there are some key issues it will have to overcome, but it can look at the Bundesliga's return and take vital lessons on how to deal with the situation

With the Olympics and the European football championships both being postponed until 2021, Formula 1 is all set to become the first truly global sport to get back in action with the Austrian Grand Prix all ready for go on July 5.

But F1 will not be the first high-profile series to get going again, with some national football leagues having already got themselves rolling again, albeit under the very different circumstances of the 'new normal'.

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