May 23, 2020

British GP in doubt as government offers no exemption from quarantine rules – RaceFans

British GP in doubt as government…

In the round-up: The British government has confirmed it will require foreign arrivals to quarantine themselves for 14 days from June 8th, casting doubt on whether F1 will be able to race at Silverstone.

What they say

The British Grand Prix was originally scheduled to take place on July 19th. An F1 spokesperson told RaceFans they are still in discussions with the government on finding a way for the race to go ahead despite the latest setback:

We have been working closely with government on the implications of the policy for Formula 1 and Silverstone and those discussions are ongoing at this time with the aim of finding a solution with safety as our first priority.

Quotes: Dieter Rencken

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