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Cerdic

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Maybe the thinking is that Hamilton will retire after winning one more World Championship, giving him the outright record. On current form that could be the end of next season!
 

Phaeton

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Maybe the thinking is that Hamilton will retire after winning one more World Championship, giving him the outright record. On current form that could be the end of next season!
That along with the change in regs there is no guarantee that Mercedes will be at the front of the pack.

Feel sorry for Russell, Hamilton has been declared fit, he's going to be screaming in the helmet tomorrow when the Williams won't do what the Mercedes did.
 

classic33

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There was an e-mail in circulation, last week, saying that any attendee at this weeks Grand Prix would not be allowed to enter the country if they had had the virus.

How has that been worked round?
 

Jenkins

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There was an item on Autosport that covered it, but basically the F1 circus is in a biosphere - travelled as a group and six hotels specially allocated to them plus another hotel for the track workers. All had to be tested before leaving Bahrain and again at Abu Dhabi.

Hamilton completed his quarrantine in Bahrain and tested negative so is free to race this weekend.
 

classic33

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There was an item on Autosport that covered it, but basically the F1 circus is in a biosphere - travelled as a group and six hotels specially allocated to them plus another hotel for the track workers. All had to be tested before leaving Bahrain and again at Abu Dhabi.

Hamilton completed his quarrantine in Bahrain and tested negative so is free to race this weekend.
The e-mail applied to those in the F1 circus.

He tested positive two days after, seven days isolation, followed by a requirement to return four negative tests. That's thirteen days in total, minimum. Race on Sunday will be twelve days after, one day short.
 
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