Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen has tested positive for Covid-19 and will take no further part in this weekend's Dutch Grand Prix.
Raikkonen, who announced on the eve of the race at Zandvoort that he will retire at the end of the season, returned the result at an on-site test.
One of the team's reserve drivers – one-time race winner Robert Kubica – will stand-in for Raikkonen this weekend. Kubica's last Grand Prix was Abu Dhabi 2019. It will be his 98th start and first as an Alfa Romeo race driver.
Raikkonen, 41, is currently isolating in his hotel, with the team saying he is “displaying no symptoms and is in good spirits”.
They added: “The team wishes Kimi a speedy recovery.”
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