• Two Hass team members and one McLaren tested
• The decision to continue the race is under fire
Formula 1 three members were under isolation in the midst of concerns they may have been infected with the coronavirus, as resulted to proceed with the Australian GP goes under recharged fire. Two members of Haas teams and one member from McLaren were assessed in the F1 isolation unit on the race track after fever symptoms appeared on the track.
The team members were tested for the virus and placed in their hotels under self-isolation. There will be a huge concern if their tests are positive because they mixed up while carrying the virus in the paddock, potentially increasing the coronavirus threat that prevents the Grand Prix.
It depends on the test results, the circumstances increase quickly on Thursday. The drivers association of Grand Prix, which stands for the twenty drivers on the grid, should be in touch with everyone to express their concerns about the F1. The race organizers and F1A are worried over the security of the groups and fans as the race will continue and more than 80000 people are expected for the first practice session on Friday.