Mercedes preparing Hamilton’s engine change in F1 Turkey race. Is it the best decision?
The Brazilian government has announced the end of mandatory quarantine for travelers arriving from the United Kingdom. Restrictions have been imposed to control the Covid-19 pandemic. The decree with the new rule was published last Tuesday (5) and gives the go-ahead for the São Paulo GP, on November 14.
The restrictions were imposed on travelers from the UK in December 2020, with the aim of preventing the spread of new types of the disease. The decree also provides requirements for those passengers, who need to submit a negative test for Covid-19 before boarding the plane, and must also provide evidence of completing a Passenger Health Declaration (DSV), agreeing to health measures that must be adhered to in the period that falls in Brazil.
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The Sao Paulo World Club is scheduled for November 14 and will be attended by the public (Image: Pirelli)
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The ban sparked controversy in September due to the soccer match between Brazil and Argentina, which is valid for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. At the time, four Argentine players residing and playing in England were not subject to mandatory quarantine before entering the country. Anvisa agents suspended the match performance after kickoff.
Without the restrictions removed, the Sao Paulo GP contract will be in jeopardy, as Formula 1 plans to hold four races in a five-week interval, between races in the United States and Qatar, from October 24 to November 21.
The São Paulo Grand Prix will take place from 12-14 September at the Interlagos Circuit. It will be the 19th stage of the 2021 World Championships. The race will also host the Sprint qualifier, or qualifying race, a 100km dispute that will determine the grid for Sunday’s Grand Prix.
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