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McLaren: 'Protocol clear after Australia, but risk of contamination remains'

When the Australian Grand Prix was cancelled at the last minute it was a direct result of a COVID-19 infection in one of McLaren's team members. That team decided to withdraw from the Grand Prix immediately. Because of the procedures that have now been set up, the chance of contamination should be a lot smaller and hopefully the whole race doesn't have to be cancelled. Andreas Seidl, team boss of McLaren, told Motorsport.com that he is very pleased with the preparatory work carried out under the leadership of the FIA. According to the German, all the necessary procedures are so clear that there can be no misunderstanding on the part of the teams. Read more Change of guard in Formula 1:...
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