The Formula 1 show will proceed, albeit coronavirus infection is found within the paddock, consistent with FIA president Professor Gerard Saillant. The season opener was called off in Australia after they considered the McLaren mechanic positive. Already the F1 is getting to revisit to the rear race weekend in Austria in July with the spectator-less.
“If there’s a replacement epidemic, the planet championship must not pause,” Saillant told L’Equipe. “It is going to be like suggesting we shut the subway because an honest passenger has been found.”This may be a simple change of direction for Formula 1, he admitted.”The situation in Australia has changed as against March,” said the Frenchman, who is one among the world’s leading orthopedic surgeons.
“We now have an easy test system to verify the diagnosis and that we can isolate and check those people that are in-tuned with a positive case.”He admitted, however, that coronavirus may be a difficult situation for a world sport like F1.”If a circuit is within the countryside it’s different from one within the region,” Saillant said.
“The method developed for Austria may vary from those developed in Germany or Hungary. Each country has its own rules.”If we keep the Grand Prix in Singapore or Vietnam, but something is different. the govt of Singapore can allow the whole paddock to be quarantined for 2 weeks before we will get on the track.
“In Austria, the country is emerging from a crisis that clothed to be very mild there. Everything is fairly safe and with all the proposed steps being implemented, there’ll be no problems.”Maybe in July there’ll be fresh, quicker tests which will produce leads to a couple of minutes, and thousand people won’t need to wait before all the results arrive,” he added.