It’s been nearly two weeks since Formula One announced its plans to continue the 2020 season with a new schedule and no fans in the stands. Now the series has detailed some more of its plans to maintain social distance and they’ll significantly change the spectator experience. Even if you’re home on the couch.

In an interview posted on the official Formula One website, series managing director Ross Brawn laid out plans for drastically changing the dynamic on the starting grid before races and totally doing away with podium celebrations, all in the name of preventing close contact that could result in viral transmission.

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Formula One Does Away With The Spectacle So They Can Start Racing

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