Hockenheim ready to step in if Silverstone fails

Hockenheim ready to step in if Silverstone fails

Hockenheim ready to step in if Silverstone fails

"We are talking with F1, that's correct".

But even these best-laid plans threaten to be thrown into chaos if those travelling with the seven UK-based teams are compelled to self-isolate for two weeks upon their return to the UK.

As such, F1 has lined up Hockenheim, originally dropped from the calendar for 2020, as an alternative venue should the two British grands prix - now tentatively scheduled for July 26 and August 2 - be vetoed. For us, it is an option.

COVID-19 has put Hockenheim very much back on the agenda, with a source telling the Daily Mail that "it is basically a matter of turning the key in the gates".

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) are said to be awaiting an update on whether exemptions will be granted to the 14-day quarantine.

"To organise three races in the space of one month will be a big first for us all at ACM", said the club's general commissioner Christian Tornatore. "We have to get our circuit booked and there is a high demand on track days. but Formula One is aware and understands our situation", he said. "But I think it is not a problem for us now", he said.

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F1 is continuing to work out the details before a revised calendar, initially set to be a record 22 grands prix, can be announced, and among the other issues include a health and safety protocol for drivers, staff and all vested parties.

The president of the FIA's medical fee, Gerard Saillant, is assured any constructive COVID-19 check outcomes might be dealt with in a approach that might keep away from the cancellation of the race as in Australia.

In other news, Formula 1 has agreed a two-year extension with Gfinity for the esports and gaming solutions provider to deliver the main elements of the F1 Esports Series in 2020 and 2021, and the 2022 qualifying events.

"I think the situation is quite different between Melbourne and now, because the knowledge of the virus is quite different", Saillant instructed Sky Sports F1.

"It's possible to prevent and anticipate quite a lot things".

"If we have now one constructive case, or perhaps 10 constructive cases, it is doable to handle completely with a particular observe, a particular pathway for the constructive cases".

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