“I feel fine and have mild symptoms”: Star driver Charles Lechler has tested positive for the Kovid-19 as a setback for Ferrari, and is currently isolated in his native Monaco.
Charles Lechler has joined the likes of Sergio Perez, Lance Stroke, Lewis Hamilton, and Lando Norris. List of F1 drivers tested positive for Kovid-19. Perez, Strow and Hamilton tested positive during the previous season and had Nico Hulkenberg and George Russell as replacements for Rico Pointe and Mercedes, respectively.
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Lando Norris, meanwhile, tested positive While vacationing in UAE a few days ago. Like him, Lechler has tested positive during the off season. This is a silver lining in the very deep cloud seen in Ferrari since last season.
The driver confirmed the news on his social media handle:
“Hello guys. Hope you all stay safe.
“I want to tell you that I have tested positive for COVID-19. I am checked regularly as per my team’s protocol.
“Unfortunately, I came to know that I had been in contact with a positive case and immediately went into self-isolation, not having contact with anyone. A test I took later came out positive.
“I feel fine and have mild symptoms. I will be in isolation at my home in Monaco in compliance with the rules set by the local health authorities.
“Be safe and take care.”
Ferrari F1 Confirms Charles Lechler Kovid-19 Positive Test
Ferrari also confirmed this news, the driver immediately informed them about this. With the season starting in two months, Lechler’s fit and firing are mandatory. They need Ferrari to climb from P6 to P3 in partnership with McLaren, Carlos Sainz’s recruitment.
Charles Lechler, the winover driver of the Scuderia Ferrari mission, has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the team’s protocol, Charles is tested regularly and yesterday, the results from his latest test came out positive.
Charles immediately informed us and informed everyone that he had been in close contact for the past few days. He is currently feeling fine with mild symptoms and is now self-alienating at home in Monaco. “
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