In the round-up: The British government has indicated it may permit sporting events to take place behind closed doors from next month, potentially allowing the British Grand Prix to go ahead at Silverstone in July.
"FIA Endurance Commission President Richard Mille has confirmed the move towards convergence between the technical regulations governing LMH and LMDh (Le Mans Daytona H) respectively. The ACO-IMSA platform will allow manufacturers to compete in both the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. "
"To have cars being able to fight for overall victories in top classes of endurance racing on both sides of the Atlantic is something vital to the future of our sport and a very attractive proposition for potential manufacturers."
"We are absolutely aware of what’s going to happen in Austria, we will have people informing us of the measures and the steps they’re putting in place at that level, and we’re going to be watching and learning from their activities just as much as they’re going to be watching what’s happening in Australia."
"We nearly got Max Verstappen. I desperately wanted him but had already filled all my seats. I knew he was by far the best prospect. So much so I went down the bookies and put a bet on him becoming an F1 driver within three years when he hadn’t even done a single-seater race."
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