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A multitude of 3D printers hum nonstop at Spanish firm BCN3D which, like dozens of others across Europe, has switched gears to supply hospitals with equipment to fight the coronavirus.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - The Slovenian parliament on Thursday approved measures worth about 3 billion euros, or 6% of GDP, to help companies and individuals overcome the coronavirus epidemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - England cricketer Ben Stokes will test his driving skills against five Formula One drivers, including Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, in the sport's second virtual grand prix this weekend.
BEIJING/PARIS: French automaker Renault said on Monday (March 30) it was resuming production at two factories in China and South Korea after they were shut down as authorities tried to limit the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
(Reuters) - Australian Daniel Ricciardo reckons self-isolation makes for a perfect training camp -- although it helps to be on the family farm in western Australia with a swimming pool and some machinery to play with.
LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren will be allowed to make chassis changes in 2021 to accommodate the switch from Renault engines to Mercedes even though the sport has decided to keep this year's cars for another season.
F1, NASCAR, and even marble runs are providing alternatives for motorsports fans.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One drivers will join video gamers in a series of virtual grands prix to replace races postponed by the coronavirus outbreak, the sport announced on Friday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Major Spanish regions shut shops, bars and restaurants, car plants ground to a halt and Easter parades were cancelled as Spain prepared to enter a 15-day state of emergency on Friday, in a sharp escalation of its fight against the coronavirus.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Formula One season was thrown into doubt on Friday with the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix due to the coronavirus, with chief executive Chase Carey saying it was "challenging" to predict when the next race might take place.