Since the opening of the 2021 season, no F1 driver has been diagnosed with Wuhan pneumonia. As a result, the record held by this route was broken at the closing station: After qualifying at the Abu Dhabi station on Saturday, Haas driver Nikita Mazepin was diagnosed, It was completely isolated, but the qualifying race was over. At this time, no one was found to play for the qualifying race, that is, it was not eligible to participate in the finals. Therefore, the team could only participate in the closing finals with the lineup of Mick Schumacher's single car, that is, Only 19 drivers participated in the race.
Later, it wasn’t just this: when everyone left from Abu Dhabi and went back home on their own, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc was diagnosed again. The reason why he said "again" was because he had already had it in January before the season. He was diagnosed in Monaco, his home country, and became the only F1 driver to be diagnosed for the second time. However, due to mild symptoms, he was isolated at home after returning to his country. Can he only say that he was lucky that he was not diagnosed twice during the season? ?
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