Racing Point boss expects F1 drivers to be forced to stay in their secure bubbles for the rest of the season after driver Sergio Perez tested positive for coronavirus following trip to Mexico

Sergio Perez’s Racing Point boss believes Formula One drivers could now be forced to stay in their bubbles for the rest of the season. Perez, 30, will miss Sunday’s British Grand Prix after he contracted coronavirus following a trip home to see his mother in Mexico. Sergio Perez will miss Sunday’s British Grand Prix after recently contracting coronavirus. ‘In hindsight, and hindsight is a wonderful thing, perhaps we should look at changing the Code of Conduct and say you stay within your bubble for the season,’ said Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer. Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer says that the code of conduct may change accordingly. He believes that drivers may have to stay within their bubble for the rest of the season. Driver Nico Hulkenberg has been drafted in to replace Perez in Sunday’s British Grand Prix.

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