McLaren has confirmed three of its group members have examined constructive for Covid-19.
One of many trio is McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown. The group confirmed its drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris, weren’t amongst his shut contacts.
In response to McLaren the constructive circumstances is not going to have any have an effect on on their participation on this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
“McLaren Racing confirmed at the moment that three group members, together with CEO Zak Brown, examined constructive for Covid-19 in the course of the group’s rigorous testing programme earlier than the British Grand Prix,” mentioned the group in an announcement. “Neither of our drivers are shut contacts.
“All three circumstances are unconnected and now isolating in accordance with authorities tips. The group’s operations for the British Grand Prix are unaffected.”
Norris examined constructive for Covid-19 earlier this 12 months earlier than the season started, which didn’t have an effect on his participation within the championship.
Final 12 months a McLaren group member examined constructive for Covid-19 on the Australian Grand Prix. That led the group to withdraw from the occasion, which was subsequently known as off.
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