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Sport Violations of Corona protocols: "Shouldn't make us feel too safe"

12:07  11 july  2020
12:07  11 july  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer demands from the FIA ​​that the FIA ​​be even more in control of whether everyone is Comply with those involved in Formula 1 the safety protocols for COVID-19. This is due to several violations of the code of conduct on the first two racing weekends.

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"This is my concern," said Szafnauer when asked about the violations. He himself ensures for his team that everyone in the racing team adheres to the applicable rules and even has a safety officer on site. "You have to make sure they understand the risks and the reasons for the protocols. And if you do that, it's easier to stick to them."

he is annoyed that there have been violations in other teams: "The FIA ​​should look beyond and ensure that everyone adheres to it," he demands. This also applies to the junior series, which are not so prudent and come in the Formula 1 paddock. "But we all have to be careful, because if there is an outbreak and we have to miss races, it would be a disaster."

His counterpart at McLaren, Andreas Seidl, agrees with him: Although the first event was positive and there were no Corona cases , , "but we must not now become complacent and feel too safe," says the German. "I can only speak for McLaren. Our drivers stayed here. What happened in other teams is not up to me to judge."

However, some high-ranking team representatives also left Austria. Haas team boss Günther Steiner admitted yesterday that he was at home in South Tyrol during the week, and managing director Zak Brown also left McLaren. "Zak had to fly back for business reasons," explains Seidl. "That was always planned."

Seidl emphasizes, however, that Brown has complied with all necessary safety measures. He isolated himself and continued to test. According to the code of conduct, traveling itself is not prohibited. "I don't see any security risk," said Seidl.

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