FORMULA E chairman and co-founder Alejandro Agag will miss the final six races of the season in Berlin after testing positive for Covid-19.
Agag was forced to miss his first ever FE race after announcing he had contracted Covid-19 on social media.
Agag’s announcement came just days after Mahindra team principal Dilbagh Gill revealed he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
Agag said: “Congratulations [Da Costa] for a great win in Berlin race one.
“So sad to miss my first Formula E race ever, that I had to watch from my room in Berlin.
“I tested positive for COVID on arrival and I am following all the excellent protocols we have in place to keep everyone safe.
“Missing everyone in the Paddock!”
FE have conducted 1,423 tests in Berlin ahead of their season showdown – with Agag and Gill being the only two confirmed positive tests so far.
The all-electric series have cut down their personnel on site from roughly 5000 people down to just 1000 to fulfill legal requirements in Germany.
Each team is only allowed to have 21 members at the track, which includes the two drivers and team principal.All staff members will be tested at the track every five to seven days.
FE have five more races to come with the season coming to a close on August 13.