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Why discomfort and distancing is worth it for F1's return
This weekend's Austrian Grand Prix is being staged in abnormal circumstances amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But the strict measures and protocols Formula 1 has introduced to ensure the event goes ahead is a price worth paying.
Tilt your head back, close your eyes and relax. It's become the mantra for every single one of the 2000 people present at the Austrian Grand Prix this weekend, with perhaps the most unpleasant challenge of the new coronavirus protocols having emerged.
The throat and nose swab test, which is the most effective way of detecting the presence of coronavirus, is something that everyone attending the race is having to go through every five days in a bid to keep the F1 show on the road.
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