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Why F1's furlough debate isn't as clear cut as in football

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Why F1's furlough debate isn't as clear cut as in football
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Apr 17, 2020, 3:49 PM

Formula 1 teams, like select Premier League clubs, have billionaire owners and have placed employees on furlough. But while the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham and Bournemouth have reversed their decisions after criticism, F1 teams don't have the same luxuries

International sport may have been placed on hold as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all aspects of life, but there has been no shortage of news. Motorsport has continued to tick over as it negotiates the various challenges thrown by the ever-changing situation, with the burgeoning Esports scene offering drivers and fans a way to get their racing fix.

But most of the back-page headlines have come from football, where an ongoing tussle involving players, clubs, the Premier League and the British government continues to unfold over pay cuts and furloughing.

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