McLaren driver Lando Norris has tested positive for coronavirus while on holiday and has begun a two-week quarantine.
The 21-year-old British driver lost his sense of taste and smell before taking a test, his Formula One team announced on Wednesday.
"McLaren can confirm that Lando Norris tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday in Dubai, where he is currently on holiday ahead of a planned training camp," McLaren said.
"After recognising a loss of taste and smell, he was tested immediately and informed the team. In line with local regulations, he is now self-isolating at his hotel for 14 days.
"He is currently feeling well and reports no other symptoms."
Norris said he immediately self-isolated after losing his sense of taste and smell.
"I feel alright and have no other symptoms," he wrote on Twitter.
Norris is the fourth F1 driver to test positive for COVID-19 after seven-times champion Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll returned positive tests last season.
The British driver finished ninth in the 2020 Formula One drivers' standings.
He secured his first F1 podium finish last season by finishing third in the Austrian Grand Prix in July.
Norris will have completed his isolation period before the end of the month.
Pre-season testing is due to take place in Spain in early March, with the Australian Grand Prix scheduled for March 21.
But there are concerns that the season-opener in Melbourne could be delayed, with race promoters, national government and F1 bosses in discussions over the matter.