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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    A pit stop in isolation for Sergio Perez

    A pit stop in isolation for Sergio Perez


    He's become the first Formula One driver to test positive for covid-19 since the resumption of the season.

    The Mexican's entered quarantine and his close contacts have followed suit.

    He'll miss this weekend's British grand prix at Silverstone .

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     Other Motorsports News
     21 Sep: A second Le Mans 24-hour race victory for Brendon Hartley
     20 Sep: Scott McLaughlin has led home a one-two finish for DJR Team Penske, in the final Supercars race of the weekend at The Bend
     20 Sep: Fabian Coulthard is on high alert for tyre troubles that hampered many divers during the opening Supercars race at The Bend
     19 Sep: Supercars leader Scott McLaughlin is welcoming the change in driving approach required for this weekend's round at The Bend in South Australia
     19 Sep: Kiwi Supercars driver Fabian Coulthard hopes to use some pre-season testing at The Bend to his advantage in the back-to-back rounds at the venue
     18 Sep: Mount Panorama will be quieter than normal this October with only 4000 spectators a day allowed to attend the Supercars' Bathurst 1000
     18 Sep: Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will compete in his first IndyCar series race next month
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