Formula 1 team owner turned regulator Ross Brawn is as eager to kick off the 2020 F1 season as anyone, but in this time of crisis, he acknowledges that being too hasty to start racing could cost lives. Now, following the postponement of June's Canadian Grand Prix, Brawn suggests that this year's F1 season could commence in July, but with a closed-door event, completely without spectators.

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Formula 1 Still Considering Races Without Fans

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