The Austrian government said that the Austrian Grand Prix Formula-1 race would be approved only if it was held without spectators. The Formula-1 World Championship is badly affected due to the Corona virus and the Austrian Grand Prix to be held on July 5 could be its first race of the season.
Austrian Health Minister Rudolf Ensobar said that the race will be approved by the government only if certain conditions are accepted. He told Radio O1, “The event will be entirely dependent on the security plan of the organizers.”
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Rudolph said, ‘We will approve such a competition with very strict conditions and I think it is needless to say that it should be held without an audience.’