Home Car News No for Dutch broadcasters on ghost races.

No for Dutch broadcasters on ghost races.

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Ziggo Sport, the Dutch broadcaster of Formula 1, denies its presence at July’s planned re-start of the 2020 season in Austria. This will be quite surprising for everyone at present. We were in the thought that the reporters and the members of the media would be excluded from the ghost races. Anyways Ziggo reporter Jack Plooij said the company has been in contact with F1. They are sure that they are not going to witness the match there.

When F1 contacted Ziggo, there was some news related to this. According to F1, the reporters will have to go for quarantine if they wish to be present there. The quarantine will take place in England for a week. The reporters shall be tested twice and will be isolated in the room. After making sure all measures have been taken sincerely, the reporters may be considered for the races.

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The reporters will be going in with other reporters in their bubble. After this, they shall again remain in the quarantine for another 14 days. But there is also a lot of doubts. The bosses are a lot troubled. They want an assurance if they will interview the drivers. This is much upon the drivers. If the teams want to give an interview, then it’s all possible. They haven’t received any such information yet, though. Also, they can’t force anyone to speak on the media.

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that will be all for now. we are coming up with more of the news from F1 racing and the Ghost races. so keep your focus on the website for more info and updated content.

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Madhav Kumar is a student at BIT Sindri pursuing Electrical Engineering and has great interest in writing and research. He wants to share his experience with more people and also, learn from them.

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