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No spectators in Portugal or Barcelona – F1 CEO

Apr.27 Stefano Domenicali admits that spectators will be locked out of the first double-header of 2021 in Portugal and Spain. The F1 CEO said that while he is happy with the television figures so far this season, 'there is also an incredible desire to be physically near Formula 1'. 'The problem with the public in Formula 1 is even more complex than last year,' he told Italy's Sky TG24. 'We react to the daily situation which changes from hour to hour. 'Unfortunately we will not have people at the next grands prix in Portugal and Spain, but Monte Carlo should be the first grand prix with a limited number of people on Sunday. 'That gives us hope looking forward,' Domenicali added. However,...
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