British Grand Prix ‘impossible’ without government quarantine exemption

  • DCMS arguing in favour of F1, with decision expected this week
  • If 14-day quarantine is imposed, British GP becomes untenable

The fate of this year’s British Grand Prix, and the calendar for Formula One’s return to racing in general, is likely to be decided by the end of this week.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is waiting on a decision on whether certain sports will be granted exemptions from government plans to impose a 14-day quarantine on entry into the UK. It is expecting a decision in the next few days. DCMS is arguing in favour of F1 being given dispensation to travel freely, subject to specific requirements.

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