It's now two weeks since global motorsport was brought to a halt by the Coronavirus COVID-19 contagion and the end is nowhere in sight.
It should have been the Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend past but with no action on track, we saw the first ever official F1 eSports Virtual Bahrain GP run last night. And with more than half a million fans watching live, this new virtual option may well have legs while we wait for on track action to resume.
Joe Saward has finally made it back home to Normandy after his extended break in Australia. This week he asks if we are facing an uncertain new world order. Joe has experienced things he thought he would never have to in his lifetime.
In other features this week, Davey Euwema takes a look back at when last the Le Mans 24hrs was cancelled or postponed. His research has thrown up some fascinating facts and stories while Phil Horton asks F1 whether or not this year would be the right time to try a few experiments with the way that grand prix weekends are run; qualifying races anyone?
Jezza also explains exactly how he missed yet another flight, to Mexico this time. I don't think he will be making that mistake again. Graham is finally back in London and yes, Kevin also made it home to Illinois after last weekend's aborted IndyCar GP of St Pete; expect a full diary from them next week...
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