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The 2020 Supercars season could run into early 2021 in a bid to complete a full championship schedule amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The series managed to complete one event – the season opener in Adelaide last month – before the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the Albert Park cancellation and postponement of the Tasmania, New Zealand and Perth events.

Supercars still harbours ambitions to complete a full 14-event schedule in 2020, with plans already being discussed to replace the cancelled Albert Park event. That would likely mean the return of a circuit left off the 2020 calendar, such as Phillip Island.

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Renee Gracie: Former Supercars driver turns to porn, motorsport v8s news, OnlyFans

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Former Supercars driver Renee Gracie has revealed that she is now an adult entertainer.

The first woman to compete fulltime in the sport, Gracie has her own website where she sells pictures and movies for a monthly subscription fee.

After claiming she made nothing from seven years as a race car driver, Gracie says she can now pull in up to $25,000 a week.

“It has been the best thing I have done in my whole life,” Gracie told News Corp Australia.

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F1 news 2020, Mercedes, Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, driver line up, 2021, Bottas, Toto Wolff

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Toto Wolff has confirmed that Mercedes will “monitor” Sebastian Vettel’s situation now he is leaving Ferrari and that F1’s world champions cannot yet rule the German out of a 2021 drive.

Vettel’s F1 future beyond this year is hugely uncertain after the four-time champion and Ferrari decided to part ways at the end of the year.

Mercedes are now the only one of F1’s leading teams yet to sign up either of their drivers for next season, with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas’ deals expiring in December.

Hamilton, in particular, is expected to strike a new deal and the prospect of Mercedes teaming the six-time champion with long-time rival Vettel in what would be the most decorated F1 line-up of all time is still considered unlikely.

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F1 2020: Mercedes explain decision to block reverse grid plan, season dates, races, events

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Mercedes blocked a proposal to have reverse-grid qualifying races in Formula One because they felt it was a gimmick that could affect the championship outcome, team boss Toto Wolff said on Wednesday.

The idea was put forward as a way of making back-to-back races at the same circuit less predictable and more entertaining.

Austria’s Red Bull Ring and Britain’s Silverstone circuit are each due to hold two races in July and August respectively as Formula One seeks to make up time lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It seems to be a common pattern in Formula One that we’re digging out old ideas that have been analysed thoroughly and rejected,” Wolff told reporters on a Zoom call.

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