McLaren driver Lando Norris has tested constructive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating, his System A single workforce explained on Tuesday.

McLaren explained in a assertion that Norris had returned a constructive final result on Monday in Dubai, the place he is on a holiday in advance of the team’s teaching camp.

Norris, 21, explained that he took a COVID-19 check after dropping his sense of taste and scent.

“I experience alright and have no other signs and symptoms,” he wrote on Twitter.

Norris is the fourth F1 driver to check constructive for the novel coronavirus after seven-times champion Lewis Hamilton, Mexican Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll of Racing Issue (now Aston Martin) returned constructive exams previous season.

Norris completed ninth in the drivers standings previous season.