Alejandro Agag is a Spanish businessman and CEO of the Formula E Championship. Yesterday Agag had to follow the first game, at the former airport of Berlin, from his bed.
“I’m sorry. I had to miss my first Formula E race. I had to watch the race from my hotel room in Berlin,” Instagram said.
“I tested positive for Covid on arrival and follow the protocols we put in place to keep everyone safe. I miss everyone in the paddock.”
Until August 13, 6 races are scheduled in Berlin. Then the season is over. To ensure that everything runs safely, a strict hygiene protocol is followed.
The Portuguese Antonio Felix da Costa took the longest on Wednesday. Jérôme D’Ambrosio finished 5th, just ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne.