Charles Leclerc said that he had “gentle signs” and was isolating at his residence in his native Monaco.© Twitter
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc introduced on Thursday that he had examined optimistic for Covid-19, two days after Formula One was pressured to postpone two of subsequent season’s Grands Prix. “I wish to let you recognize that I’ve examined optimistic for Covid-19,” the Monegasque driver mentioned on Twitter. “I discovered that I’ve been in touch with a optimistic case and instantly went into self-isolation… A subsequent take a look at I took has come again optimistic.” Leclerc, 23, added that he had “gentle signs” and was isolating at his residence in his native Monaco.
— Charles Leclerc (@Charles_Leclerc) January 14, 2021
He completed eighth final season after making simply two podium finishes in a dreadful 17-race marketing campaign for Ferrari, wherein four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel slumped to 13th within the drivers’ standings.
The optimistic take a look at should have no fast affect on Leclerc’s prospects for the approaching season, which does not begin till the Bahrain GP on March 28.
On Tuesday this yr’s Australian GP, the standard season opener, was pushed again till November because the coronavirus pandemic pressured a 2021 calendar rejig.
The Chinese language GP was additionally shelved with no new date for that race but scheduled.
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