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RTL pull out of broadcasting from Vietnam

1 month ago   |   By PlanetF1

The Vietnam Grand Prix may still be going ahead, but RTL are the first major broadcaster to decide they will not be travelling there due to coronavirus fears.
The Chinese Grand Prix has been postponed as the deadly virus continues to spread and, while Formula 1 are looking to run a reduced two-day schedule later in the year, the more realistic outcome is for the status go from postponed to cancelled.
With the Shanghai race off the books, for now, attentions turned to neighbouring Vietnam, who are due to hold their inaugural race on April 5.
A large quarantine is currently in place close to...
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