Formula 1 2020: Racing Point driver Sergio Perez isolates after inconclusive coronavirus test

After his test was inconclusive, Racing Point driver Sergio Perez was retested and was awaiting the outcome.

The Associated Press July 30, 2020 22:28:12 IST
Formula 1 2020: Racing Point driver Sergio Perez isolates after inconclusive coronavirus test

London: Formula One driver Sergio Perez is in isolation at the British Grand Prix on Thursday after returning an inconclusive coronavirus test.

The Racing Point driver has since been retested and is awaiting the outcome.

The Mexican was absent from his scheduled media duties at Silverstone circuit in central England.

The race on Sunday will be the fourth in the pandemic-affected season.

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