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31 March 2020

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Red Bull Boss Helmut Marko Wanted 'Corona Camp' So F1 Drivers Would Catch the Virus (2)
It doesn't work that way, man. By Caleb JacobsMarch 30, 2020 Bryn Lennon - Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images Caleb JacobsView Caleb Jacobs's Articles twitter.com/calebjacobs0611instagram.com/_calebjacobs Formula 1, like essentially every other sport, has seen a chunk of its scheduled season fall apart due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Formula One simulator keeps French driver Ocon in shape (2)
30 Mar 2020 AFP/File / Josep LAGO French Formula One driver Esteban Ocon Hunkered down with his parents in Normandy, Renault driver Esteban Ocon is racking up the hours on a Formula One virtual simulator to be ready when the season finally gets underway. The 23-year-old is preparing for his first campaign with Renault after spending last year as a Mercedes reserve driver following a successful two- season stint racing for Force India.
COVID-19: Manama says Doha using Bahrainis as ploy after Qatar evacuated 31 from Iran (1)
View of departures area at Hamad International airport in Doha, Qatar. (File photo: Reuters) Tuqa Khalid, Al Arabiya English Sunday 29 March 2020 Manama accused Qatar on Sunday of irresponsible action by transporting Bahraini citizens from Iran to Doha, in what analysts say represents a clear violation of the procedures put in place by the World Health Organization (WHO) to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus may prove virtual sports game changer (1)
Racegoers attend the final day of the Cheltenham Festival horse racing meeting in Gloucestershire, south-west England, on March 13, 2020 With an unprecedented captive audience of three billion people in coronavirus lockdown virtual sports events are wooing fans after traditional live sports were shut down and public gatherings banned in many countries. Horse-racing, boxing, cycling, football and motor-racing chiefs are
Saudi Arabia confirms 96 coronavirus cases (1)
RIYADH, 0 hours, 37 minutes ago Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health has announced 96 new cases of novel coronavirus (Covid-19), bringing the overall number of people who tested positive to 1,299,a media report said. A group of 28 infected people have been kept in isolation since their arrival at the entry points in Saudi Arabia.
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