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The quality F1 has lacked that it needs most in this crisis
As the world faces the economic as well as health implications of the coronavirus pandemic, Formula 1 must change if it's to overcome the financial challenges ahead
Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures – and most of the world certainly knows that to be true in these difficult times of a deadly disease, healthcare crises, and social lockdowns.
In the sporting world, steps are being taken that haven’t been used since the Second World War – with events, such as Wimbledon and The Open, called off entirely in 2020. The modern Olympic Games has never been postponed, but the Tokyo summer Games is now set to take place in 2021 thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
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