Pirelli boss becomes latest F1 casualty of Covid-19
Pirelli boss Mario Isola has become the latest high-profile Formula 1 figure to test positive for Covid-19.
Isola was discovered to have contracted the disease following a test undertaken after the Turkish Grand Prix.
As per F1's strict guidelines, Isola is now self-isolating. It remains to be seen if he will be in a position to take up his regular duties for the next race in Bahrain across the weekend of November 27-29.
A Pirelli statement read: "The FIA, Formula 1 and Pirelli can confirm that Pirelli Head of F1 and Car Racing Mario Isola tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday 15 November at the Turkish Grand Prix.
"Mario returned a positive result during the regular Sunday COVID testing schedule.
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