Formula 1 bosses in talks with UK government over quarantine measures

Formula 1 bosses are making decisions with the UK government as to whether new measures to control coronavirus affect plans to re-start the season.

In line with the F1 plans to hold two races

But F1 has plans to ensure its activities will be coronavirus-safe in setting up testing procedure for all staff attending races.

IncludingCovid-19 tests before travel and further tests for everyone every two days and also isolation measures will be imposed on travelling staff, including keeping teams separate from one another at the track.

Chase Carey the F1 boss also added that “he was  confident” the season would be able to get off the ground at the Red Bull Ring in Austria on the weekend of 3-5 July.

And also disvlosed the second planned race at the same track on 12 July, before two races in the UK on 19 and 26 July.

F1 also plans to move on to a further four races in Europe, at a yet-to-be confirmed selection of the tracks in Spain, Hungary, France, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands.

All these events would be held behind closed doors, with no spectators and likely no media either.

Formula 1 bosses in talks with UK government over quarantine measures

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