Should F1 have taken 2020 as a break?
Yes, the 2020 Formula 1 season is bound to have its talking points, but it’s 2021 that most are eagerly anticipating. What would happen, then, if F1 followed the example of a major international attraction and cancelled the upcoming campaign altogether?
Every four or five years, depending on the whim of Michael Eavis, the Glastonbury festival has a fallow year – in which none of the usual mud-soaked festivities take place to allow the Worthy Farm grass to regrow.
Handily, a by-product of leaving the Pyramid stage trussing in its packaging for an extra year is that Glastonbury’s organisers enjoy an extra year to secure the full line-up of artists, ranging from the headlining global superstars to the local bands playing their first festivals.
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