Formula 1 boss Ross Brawn has revealed a translator triggered the most significant COVID-19 outbreak that the series had to deal with this year.
Although Brawn didn’t specify the event, it’s understood that the “worst cluster” occurred at the Russian Grand Prix at Sochi in September.
Brawn praised the way the series coped with the pandemic, and also highlighted the anomaly of three out of the small group of 20 F1 drivers testing positive.

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