Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc checks optimistic for Covid-19
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc checks optimistic for Covid-19 and says he has ‘delicate signs’ together with his analysis coming days after F1 reschedules its 2021 season because of the pandemic
- Charles Leclerc’s optimistic is simply days after System One revamped the schedule
- Fellow drivers Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris have additionally had coronavirus
- Leclerc confirmed his information in a Twitter assertion and has delicate signs
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has examined optimistic for Covid-19 however is just experiencing ‘delicate signs’.
The Frenchman’s optimistic consequence happens days after System One bosses unveiled a revamped calendar following the postponement of the Australian and Chinese language Grand Prix as a result of strict coronavirus journey restrictions in place in each nations.
McLaren driver Lando Norris examined optimistic for the virus earlier this month whereas champion Lewis Hamilton suffered with Covid-19 on the finish of the 2020 season.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says that he has lately examined optimistic for Covid-19
An announcement from Ferrari learn: ‘Driver Charles Leclerc has examined optimistic for Covid-19. In accordance with the crew’s protocols, Charles is examined commonly and yesterday the consequence from his newest take a look at got here again optimistic.
‘Charles notified us instantly and has knowledgeable everybody he has been in shut contact with in the previous couple of days. He’s at present feeling happy with delicate signs and is now self-isolating at dwelling in Monaco.’
Leclerc supplied an replace on Twitter, he stated: ‘I’m feeling OK and have delicate signs.
‘I’ll stay in isolation in my dwelling in Monaco in compliance with the laws set by the native well being authorities.’
The brand new F1 season is ready to get beneath approach in Bahrain on March 28 earlier than it heads to Europe for a race in Imola on April 18.
Leclerc’s analysis comes days after F1 rescheduled the 2021 season as a result of Covid-19