F1 is not run for people to go to watch as has been made quite clear. It matters not a jot to the owners whether anyone turns up to see it or not as long as the cameras do. It may be important to the circuit owners but even then I wonder at times.
what do we think will happen on the 1st lap & 1 race. will we see mistakes we wouldnt see because of rust & could Leclerc Albon Russell maybe Norris have a advantage over their teammates because they really haven't stopped racing & would be sharper than a Vettel Or Mercedes Duo
Formula 1: British Grand Prix under threat over money
The British Grand Prix is under threat this year because of a financial stand-off between Formula 1 and Silverstone.
Hockenheim in Germany is said to be the leading contender to replace Silverstone if an agreement cannot be struck, with Imola in Italy an outside contender.
Government gives green light to closed doors Belgian GP in 2020
On Wednesday Belgium’s central National Security Council confirmed that sporting and recreational venues can re-open from Monday (May 18), under certain conditions.
They also confirmed that a behind closed doors Belgian Grand Prix has been approved.
Formula 1’s Belgian Grand Prix was originally scheduled to be held on August 30.
Race organisers will still need to reach revised terms with Formula 1’s commercial rights holder Liberty Media over a 2020 event, due to the changed conditions.
All sporting events in Belgium remain suspended until at least the end of June.
The British GP impact on "literally tens of thousands of jobs linked to F1 and supply chains." is BS and just posturing by Liberty & F1.
UK government should tell them to **** off. Increase risk of killing thousands? Yeah, let's have a GP...idiots.
The Premier League attempted to get training back on, with testing for all those involved. It has fallen on its face and, hopefully, will have made everyone realise there is more to life than trivial sporting events.