Drago Corse driver Calderon is unable to support the 14-day quarantine duration an crucial for all arrivals in Japan ahead of the Autopolis trip on May perhaps presumably moreover just 16, having travelled immediately to Spa following her appearance within the most modern Super System trip at Suzuka remaining month.
The Colombian driver became piece of the all-female Richard Mille Racing LMP2 crew that completed eighth at school at Spa, alongside Beitske Visser and Sophia Floersch. She will be able to now dwell in Europe unless the next round of the WEC at Portimao on June 12-13.
Calderon’s space at Autopolis within the one-vehicle Drago Corse squad is likely to be occupied by Honda SUPER GT ordinary Koudai Tsukakoshi, who made two outings for the crew in 2020.
With Japan’s slither restrictions exhibiting few signs of being relaxed rapidly, Calderon is in effort of missing the next Super System races at Sugo and Motegi, which gain space a week after the Portimao WEC trip and the Le Mans 24 Hours respectively.
Toyota WEC stars Kamui Kobayashi (KCMG) and Kazuki Nakajima (TOM’S) are within the identical boat as Calderon, with Kazuto Kotaka and Giuliano Alesi likely to continue as their respective replacements for Autopolis and past.
A resolution on whether or now now not Tadasuke Makino will return to Dandelion Racing is likely to return after Tuesday’s Fuji SUPER GT round, which is determined to impress the 23-twelve months-frail’s return to aggressive action following his bout of meningitis.
Ukyo Sasahara, DOCOMO TEAM DANDELION RACING
Picture by: Masahide Kamio
Ukyo Sasahara stuffed in for Makino for the gap two races of the season, scoring his first Super System podium set apart remaining day outing at Suzuka.
Kondo Racing’s Sacha Fenestraz and B-Max Racing’s Yves Baltas within the intervening time seem place to pass over a third trip in a row as they wait for permission to enter Japan from in but every other country.
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