Alejandro Agag misses the end of Formula E because of the coronavirus

The Spanish executive confirmed that he has COVID-19 and will not be able to be present in the Tempelhof paddock, where the electric category will do several races to conclude its tournament.

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The Spanish Alexander Agag, President of the Formula E, announced on his social networks that he has tested positive for coronavirus, which will prevent you from following live the races scheduled for the next few days in Berlin in which the title of the specialty will be decided.

“I am very sad to miss my first Formula E race, which I had to watch from my hotel room in Berlin. I tested positive for coronavirus upon arrival and observe from a distance the excellent protocol for everyone to stay healthy. I miss everyone in the paddock ”wrote Agag on his Instagram account.

Alexander AgagBefore starting the activity in the old airport of Tempelhof, the electrical category confirmed that they had been tested Per people and that only two had tested positive. Shortly after that announcement, Dilbagh gill, the team manager MahindraHe said he was one of them. Now with Agag's confession it is confirmed that he was another positive for COVID-19.

On Wednesday, the first of the six competitions was played in which, over the next nine days, a contest interrupted in March by the pandemic will be resolved in Berlin. Portuguese Antonio Felix da Costa (Techeetah) won from pole, which allows him to consolidate his leadership in the tournament.

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