Reports suggest Australia in danger of losing Formula One race for good
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The Victorian government has just months to secure the future of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, amid reports the sport won't return if next year's race doesn't go ahead.

This year's event, which was due to be held in November, was cancelled in July, the second straight year the race was called off.

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Organisers were unable to give F1 bosses a guarantee that this year's race would proceed, with Victorian sports minister Martin Pakula saying at the time he was not able to forecast what restrictions would be in place in November.

Formula One teams have point-blank refused to serve two weeks quarantine, which remains mandatory when entering Australia.

Daniel Ricciardo hasn't raced at his home grand prix since 2019. (Getty)

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