British Grand Prix chances slim with F1 searching for quarantine solution

Workaround for quarantine after entry to UK must be found F1 denied exemption but is in talks with government The British Grand Prix faces a race against time to resolve the problem created by the government’s imposition of quarantine on all entry into the UK. The chances of the race at Silverstone being held look increasingly slim but Formula One is understood to be remaining in a dialogue with the government in an attempt to find a solution. F1 has yet to comment and is studying the full quarantine document before entering into further talks with the government. As things stand, with F1 denied any exemption from the quarantine procedures, not only is the British GP under threat but the sport faces an increasingly complex challenge as it attempts to create and implement a new calendar for the 2020 season. Continue reading...