In the round-up: The Dutch Grand Prix will only go ahead this year if Formula 1 Management is will to subsidise a race behind closed doors, says promoter Jan Lammers.
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Lammers: ‘GP Nederland alleen zonder fans als publiek het wil’ (RTL Niewus - Dutch)
Jan Lammers says whether Zandvoort holds an F1 race this year will come down to 'how deep FOM's pockets are'.
Carlin fully supports Formula One's double-header plan (Reuters)
"What I heard is this Red Bull Ring double-header, Silverstone double-header plan and they would try to incorporate F2 and F3 into that. I think it’s a great idea if its achievable."
Hungaroring 'open to all solutions' (Autosport)
"Along with the Austrians and the British we have confirmed, too, that we are fully committed to starting the F1 season."
Extension of the FIA shutdown - Renault Sport Racing (Renault)
"For Renault DP World F1 Team, this means the shutdown will end on May 31st for its Enstone site and May 17th for its Viry-Châtillon base."
F1 hopeful Portimao has held closed-doors trial (The Race)
"We want to have a Formula 1 race and I think in this pandemic time, we have probably the best situation in Europe to have a race because we have a lot of hotels available too."
Codemasters talk cars, circuits and new features in F1 2020 (Red Bull)
"If you don’t take care of your second driver, and help them to improve, you’ll struggle to become a constructors champion. As the team boss, you're no longer the commodity in the driver market, and it’s your team-mate and all of the other drivers in both Formula 1 and Formula 2."
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