Renault driver Esteban Occon wears a encounter mask out of coronavirus problems as he greets lovers in Melbourne forward of the Australian Grand Prix. / Reuters
The McLaren Racing workforce has withdrawn from this weekend’s time-opening Australian Grand Prix soon after a workforce member tested favourable for coronavirus, the workforce reported on Friday.
The favourable test at McLaren follows four crew users of fellow System 1 workforce Haas staying quarantined due to the outbreak.
“The workforce member was tested and self-isolated as quickly as they began to clearly show signs and symptoms and will now be treated by nearby health care authorities,” McLaren reported in a assertion.
“The workforce has geared up for this eventuality and has ongoing assistance in spot for its staff who will now enter a period of time of quarantine. The workforce is cooperating with the pertinent nearby authorities to help their investigations and examination.”
Both Haas and McLaren are Britain-centered teams.
System 1 champion Lewis Hamilton reported it was “shocking” that the Australian Grand Prix could go forward amid the risk of the coronavirus and prompt organizers had set financial problems forward of people’s health.
Hundreds of lovers poured into Albert Park on Thursday as race-7 days kicked off with apply and qualifying for lessen-profile motor sport circuits.
The Chinese Grand Prix, which was scheduled for April, has been postponed when the Bahrain GP, the next end in the F1 calendar, has banned lovers from attending the March 22 race.