As the dust finally settled across Silverstone following two weeks of action, those responsible for ensuring that British motorsport was able to go ahead were finally able to take a well-earned breather.
There are a number of people to credit with getting Formula One back up and running, from the drivers and teams working within their “bio-bubbles” to the officials who have structured a season that has clicked so far, even when one of the drivers contracted coronavirus.
But having F1 back on our doorstep these past two weekends brought a timely reminder of those who enable these events to go ahead at all, with circuit staff and marshals very much the unheralded heroes of the 2020 season.
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