Ferrari F1 Employees Given Green Light to Travel for the Australian GP

Published 03/08/2020, 12:33 PM EDT


The Italian government has put the area of Modena under quarantine. Ferrari F1 workers have been permitted to leave the nation to go to the Australian Grand Prix.

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The Italian government declared plans to close its outskirts in a few pieces of the nation on Saturday night to contain the coronavirus. The infection has claimed more than 230 lives in Italy, with more than 16 million individuals held in quarantine.

The intention of the government is to “absolutely avoid any movement into and out of the territories. Except for movements motivated by indifferent working needs or emergency situations”.

PM Giuseppe Conte said occupants in 14 territories of Italy are safe. Residents will be permitted to go to different districts of the nation however under severe conditions. This isolate will go on until April third.

Ross Brawn has just demonstrated in advance no F1 races will occur if not all groups can make it to a specific nation. This is likely the situation now. Ferrari F1 workers will have the option to make a trip to Melbourne in time before the quarantine takes effect on Monday. Ferrari’s home territory of Modena is one of the 14 territories under quarantine.

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The vast majority of the group are on their way to Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix. There are different flights on Sunday and Monday, the last being the day the quarantine takes power.

Ferrari F1 employees granted permission for the Australian GP

There is a confirmation from Ferrari F1, Motorsport.it report, that the government is ready to give consent to set off for Australia. Regardless of whether they are permitted to make a trip to Bahrain or Vietnam is an alternate subject. However, the two nations are tightening their borders fundamentally to Italian inhabitants.

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The Ferrari employees have already arrived in Australia (who sets up the box and hospitality). Upon arrival there was only the temperature control and, since there were no were alarm cases, people were free to enter Melbourne without proceeding to the expected buffer.

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Abhay Aggarwal

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Abhay Aggarwal is sports analyst at EssentiallySports. Having joined ES in early 2020, he has over 300 NASCAR, Formula 1, and Tennis articles to his name. Abhay has been an avid motorsports fan for over a decade, and he even attended the inaugural Indian Grand Prix in 2011.

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