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Britain making plans for racing return

Two Arena Racing Company tracks could be at the forefront of a return to racing in Britain when the time comes for the sport to resume following its suspension because of the coronavirus pandemic.
 
Any resumption will be behind closed doors on the Flat, but only when government advice permits.
 
Should there be a heavily quarantined reintroduction, two of Arena’s all-weather tracks have the facilities required to host such a scenario.
 
Lingfield and Newcastle both have hotels on course which could be used to house the essential personnel needed to stage meetings.
 
“My own personal view is we’ll have a position whereby we will be in a heavily quarantined first phase and we would need to make sure the movement of people is kept to the absolute minimum,” Martin Cruddace, chief executive of ARC, told Racing TV.
 

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