Formula One racer Sergio Perez, corona-stricken, to compete in British Grand Prix

Formula One driver Sergio Perez said he could be infected with the virus while traveling to Mexico between Hungary and Britain after the Covid-19 tested positive.

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Formula One driver Sergio Perez said he could be infected with the virus while traveling to Mexico between Hungary and Britain after the Covid-19 tested positive.
Perez was found to be self-infected in Test results on Thursday, forcing him to join the team at Silverstone on Sunday. Also, he will not be able to take part in another race on the same track next week due to being in isolation.

Perez said he went to see his mother in Mexico, who was hospitalized after a major accident. “Not being part of the race is one of the saddest days of my career, but it shows how vulnerable we are to this virus,” the driver said.

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The driver from Mexico used a private jet to get home and said he had no symptoms. The epidemic had to be postponed for more than three months. Perez is now isolated and will not be able to attend Silverston’s 70th anniversary. Explain that Mexico has been badly affected by the Corona. There are 416,119 cases of corona in Mexico and 4,000 people have died, which is the same as in the United States.

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Sergio Perez will replace Nico Hulkenberg, a veteran of the Racing Points team, at the British Grand Prix on Sunday after receiving a positive test of Covid-19. Hulkenberg, 32, could not make the Renault squad. He could not refuse when Otmar Sajafanauer, the captain of the racing point team, offered him to join the team.

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“When Otmar got the phone call, I was going to Nuremberg for another racing project,” Hulkenberg, who experienced 177 races of the F1 on Friday, said. I had less than 24 hours, but I loved the challenge. Earlier, Perez was told that he had contracted the virus while traveling to Mexico between Hungary and Britain.

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Red Bull driver Max Verstappen took the fastest time in the first practice session for the British Grand Prix on Friday, while Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel stayed out most of the season due to problems with the car. Verstappen was 1: 2.4.422 seconds ahead of his Red Bulls, 47.4 seconds ahead of champions Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes. Lance Stroll is third and Red Bull’s second driver Alexander Albon is fourth.

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