"Ultimately, the sports federations must decide that for themselves. And that I was also in contact with Helmut Marko, who for his part plays a corresponding role at Red Bull and has acted as a mediator.
"I told him I would like to honour this, that we will forward all the applicable guidelines to the relevant motorsport associations as a service, so that they can see what is possible or not."
Currently, visitors to Austria are required to self isolate or to hold specific health documentation, and this is believed to be the biggest stumbling block to the event taking place.
"[Formula 1] is an international convoy in the best sense of the word," added Kogler. "That must then be considered within the framework of the existing restrictions on entry and exit.
"I do not want to anticipate the need for an exemption here or there. It is only in principle that this will either be linked to isolation or to health certificates, which I know are now also possible.
"In principle, I have been told by Formula 1 itself that, from its point of view, this could actually work out. Even if one or the other goes into isolation first.
"But I do not want to interfere in that. I just want to know that the existing regulations are being applied. What is important for us is that the distance regulations must apply.
"And at some point, of course, it will also be a question of the people in this convoy, because tens of thousands are less favourable than thousands, I think, because with every number the probability increases that something will happen anyway."
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