F1 trying to work up a schedule of ‘ghost races’ with no fans

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LONDON — Formula A single could start the season at the rear of locked gates and without having spectators because of to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the glamor activity will most likely have to slender down considerably to get the environmentally friendly gentle to go racing.

Across Europe, bans on mass gatherings and community situations have been prolonged into July and August even as international locations start out to arise from the stringent lockdowns that have put sporting things to do on keep.

Formula One’s season stays stalled, with seven races postponed so considerably

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Nissan says new Rogue will bow on schedule

TOKYO — Nissan has committed to a fall launch for the next-generation Rogue crossover, even as its U.S. plants are scheduled to remain offline until at least late April in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Nissan planned to show the redesigned Rogue this month at the New York auto show, which has been postponed until August.

The redesigned Rogue, previewed by the Xmotion concept shown at the 2018 Detroit auto show, is a critical vehicle introduction for Nissan as it battles a dearth of fresh product and plummeting sales.

“At this time, our new-model launch programs for the U.S.

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