Formula 1 returns to action this weekend in Austria following a lengthy hiatus due to coronavirus, but the paddock is a very different place to normal.
F1's return has been made possible by extensive virus safety measures and protocols that have been put in place, the most notable of which being an absence of fans.
From a paddock perspective, media numbers have been limited, as has their access to the drivers, and all of this has created a much different atmosphere than usual.
On the latest Autosport Podcast, Grand Prix Editor and host Alex Kalinauckas is joined by Motorsport.com's F1 Editor Jonathan Noble - who is one of the few media personnel in attendance in Austria this weekend - to discuss just what F1's 'new normal' is like from inside the paddock.
The pair also delve into the biggest stories from Thursday, including Sebastian Vettel's admittance that Ferrari never offered him a deal for the 2021 season.
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