F1 considers season-long restrictive bubble after Pérez tests positive

  • Mexican driver is the first in F1 to contract Covid-19
  • Pérez flew to Mexico to visit his mother after Hungarian GP

Formula One may consider further tightening its Covid-19 code of conduct to impose a season-long restrictive bubble on personnel after Sergio Pérez became the sport’s first driver to contract the virus.

The Racing Point driver has entered isolation and been pulled from this weekend’s British Grand Prix. He has been replaced by his former teammate Nico Hülkenberg, who was cleared to take part just before practice began on Friday, where his teammate Lance Stroll was quickest in the afternoon.

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