Lance Stroll tested positive for COVID-19 after a home trip

Release Date: 212020 October

After falling ill over the weekend of the Eiffel Grand Prix race, Lance Stroll returned to the country to test positive for the Cavid-19.

There was little publicity about Stroll’s condition in Nবারrburg, except that he was feeling very ill with Nico Hulkenberg in the qualifiers for Saturday’s draft and for Stroll’s place in the Eiffel Grand Prix on Sunday.

Stroll’s symptoms were not as common as those of coronavirus, and he returned to the country on Sunday without any positive tests.

But now it is known that the Canadian driver returned to the country and tested positive.

Although Stroll confirmed on his Instagram that he is feeling 100% again and has now given a negative test.

But as soon as the news came the FIA ​​was forced to deny that the racing point had received a hoax in COVID-19 testing, which is certainly a controversial fact.

If the reference point itself really covers Strol’s COVID-19 infection to keep it at the Eiffel Grand Prix, there could be a big reaction.

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Stroll wrote in his story on Instagram: “I want to tell everyone that I recently tested positive for COVID-19 after the Eiffel GP Weekly. I feel 100% and have tested negative since then.

“I arrived in Nবারrburg after a negative pre-race test to make up for what happened.

“On Saturday morning I started feeling sick and woke up upset. I followed the FIA ​​protocol and did not re-enter the paddock in my motorhome.

“I didn’t fit in the race so I flew home on Sunday morning. I took the Covid test on Sunday evening because I was still feeling the taste of the weather.

“The next day the results came back positive, so I stayed home self-isolated for the next 10 days. Luckily, my symptoms were pretty mild.

“I was tested again on Monday this week and my results were negative. I’m feeling in great shape and I can’t wait to get back with the team and run in Portugal. ”

It remains to be seen how the FIA ​​will react if Racing Points uses an outpost in the true sense of the word.

Either way, if Stroll tests negative during the normal FIA pre-race test, it suggests that something went wrong during that process.

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