With the possible exception of NZ and Australia, I don't think any country has handled it as they would have hoped, (even Sweden!) but it is something unprecedented in modern times of international travel and free movement. I don't think any government knew how to handle it and demographics and geography of each country played a part in how things spread or didn't! However I do think the government should have listened to all the experts on Facebook who knew a heck of a lot more than the Government did, 🙂 but it has also brought out the best in most people in the UK, sadly the worse in a lot too. protecting those most at risk has been the most important thing, sadly too many only thinking about themselves and not the good of others.
As fr racing, I have no idea when it will return, but based on how other sports seems t be going I would like to thin we will be back with some practice sessions in July, and if we take a lesson from how they have done things in Canada, limited car numbers, limited crew members, spacing the transporters out in the pits, etc and no public to start with, followed by limited fans in following weeks. But if that is to happen here we will all have to get used to some changes and social distancing, at least until we get the Ok from the government. I am hopeful that we will get back racing to something near normal later in the year, maybe there will be designated segregation areas for the fans and you have to get a ticket for a specific area and not stand where you want to for the remainder of the year ( I don't know, just guessing on that) but it will be a small price to pay for the return of the sport we all love.