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The ingrained failure motorsport must fix to avoid 'turf wars'
OPINION: The FIA has warned that the major motorsport championships must not get engaged in 'turf wars' when it comes to the urgent need to re-organising the 2020 calendars, but there are tedious past problems that must be addressed to satisfy all.
The coronavirus crisis is highlighting the best and worst of humanity.
From the key workers saving and maintaining lives, to the politicians rising or failing to address the challenges, and the tiniest selfless or selfish individual actions. The great facades of normality are gone and many people are reassessing many areas of their lives.
As we've discussed before, the same is true of motorsport. So, it was interesting to read the words of FIA deputy president Graham Stoker on the topic of how the major series will need "very careful management" to get the shows that are currently so missed going again, while avoiding harmful spats.
New September date could make Le Mans "very fast"
Remembering Hulkenberg's underdog victory at Le Mans