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Sergio Perez will not compete in F1 after positive Covid-19 test

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Sergio Perez will not compete in F1 after positive Covid-19 test

Sergio Perez will not compete in F1 after positive Covid-19 test

The Racing Point driver Sergio Perez has been ruled out of the upcomingBritish GP after testing positive for Coronavirus, the FIA has announced.

TheMexican driver has been self-isolating and was absent from Silverstone onThursday, after a previous test came back with an inconclusive result.

Theresult of a second retest showed he was positive.

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