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F1 season rearranged due to COVID travel restrictions

Sky News Tuesday, 12 January 2021 ()
F1 season rearranged due to COVID travel restrictionsAustralia's grand prix is being postponed for months and China's may not happen at all, after Formula One rescheduled its 2021 season to accommodate coronavirus restrictions.
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