Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc tests positive for COVID-19

Charles Leclerc
Ferrari Formula One driver Charles Leclerc has examined positive for COVID-19 and is suffering mild symptoms.

Leclerc was examined after he realized he had been in touch with a positive case.

He confirmed the news in a social media put up, including that he is “feeling OK”, struggling with mild signs, and at present self-isolating at his house in Monaco.

Leclerc is the fifth present Method, One driver, to check optimistic for COVID-19.

McLaren’s Lando Norris examined optimistic earlier this month, while Lewis Hamilton, Lance Stroll, and Sergio Perez all missed races due to the virus final season.

Method One lately launched a revised 2021 race schedule — which was modified on account of journey restrictions related to the pandemic — with the opening Grand Prix taking place in Bahrain on March 28.



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