Ferrari says Formula 1 teams need to given guarantees. About the dangers, they may pose over coronavirus effects at the Australian Grand Prix. Before workers continue to fly to Melbourne.
Ferrari team leader Mattia Binotto says F1. The FIA will ensure there no surprises for teams amid growing concerns of workers not allowed to travel. So, facing quarantine upon arrival.
With Italian team personnel and drivers having trouble getting to the Bahrain F2 test this weekend due to fears about the virus. There is a danger that workers heading to the F1 season opener may anticipate a similar scenario.
Binotto has little left to chance, saying it’s going to be too late to decide things once the team is on their way.
Asked about the prospects for a replay of the difficulties that F2 faced in Bahrain, Binotto said: “[ Getting ] to testing was challenging. Some of our engineers going there stayed home. They stayed home instead of taking the risk of being there. Finally remaining there for a couple of days or many days.
I think we simply need to have confidence before we depart. I don’t think we’re going to be able to discover when [ we’re there ] what the situation can or will be.
And when there’s some professional screening, we need to hear about it. You need to know what exactly it is. In the case of some questions, we need to consider what the implications are?
Of course, we have to protect our staff. We have the duty to them collectively and individually. And it’s really important to make sure the picture, whatever the situation is, is understood and transparent before leaving.
About Team Visit:
Team bosses visited F1 CEO Chase Carey for a briefing on the first three races on Friday morning.
A difficult thing for F1 to contend with might be that if one or two teams decide-out they can’t run in Australia because they can’t get there, but all the others are good, whether to go ahead with the race or not.