14 March 2020

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Well, that was a strange one. There was no Australian Grand Prix...

- We look at why that was
- JS looks ahead 
- DT looks behind
- We remember the exploits of March Engineering in Formula 1 in 1970
- Peter Nygaard didn't photograph any F1 cars running...

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