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Old 6 May 2021, 06:47 (Ref:4049969)   #1261
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We have what is called here Carte Vitale, a kind of ID of health with all necessary data, like previous surgery, illness or comorbidities. Works fine for people over 60, we receive automatic warnings for the flu or colonoscopy each year.
Unfortunately it seems that the use during the covid is far from perfect, people being able to have several appointments for a jab. Incredible when you think what can be done with any computer system nowadays.
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Old 6 May 2021, 07:17 (Ref:4049972)   #1262
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We have what is called here Carte Vitale, a kind of ID of health with all necessary data, like previous surgery, illness or comorbidities. Works fine for people over 60, we receive automatic warnings for the flu or colonoscopy each year.
Unfortunately it seems that the use during the covid is far from perfect, people being able to have several appointments for a jab. Incredible when you think what can be done with any computer system nowadays.
It works quite well - once you have actually got one!

It took me well over a year, as they repeatedly 'lost my paperwork'. Goodness knows how many copies of my passport are floating around in then French system! They never ask you for everything at once either, there is always something else they need.

The best bit was when they decided they needed an official translation of my birth certificate (why? name, date & place are the same in any language). Anyway, person who did it for me sensibly printed it as British on one side of the paper & French on the other. They wrote back to me with "we also need a copy of the original...".

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Old 6 May 2021, 07:17 (Ref:4049973)   #1263
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Now they are studying a "pass sanitaire" for French which could be added to the european one… Bloomy technocrats! Imagine you have to show three passports at the border? Pourquoi faire simple quand on peut faire compliqué?
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It works quite well - once you have actually got one!
Sure it works and sometimes better than should… In the hospital waiting room, I was standing close to foreigners, they were six with only one Carte Vitale, threatening the doctor and nurses!
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For a race meeting I wonder how they will manage now. OK for the video briefing, I like it, easy to understand, easy to watch it several times just in case et signature électronique. But at some point you must show your papers I guess. Imagine a foreigner, passport, pass sanitaire, driving licence, race licence, insurances, entry fee and what else? Not mentioning scrutineering of the car including race gear… What a hassle!
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Health protocol for GPH de F: https://www.mastershistoricracing.co...21%20V5ENG.pdf
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For a race meeting I wonder how they will manage now. OK for the video briefing, I like it, easy to understand, easy to watch it several times just in case et signature électronique. But at some point you must show your papers I guess. Imagine a foreigner, passport, pass sanitaire, driving licence, race licence, insurances, entry fee and what else? Not mentioning scrutineering of the car including race gear… What a hassle!

Currently in UK for each event we sign-on electronically, self-declaring that the car and our kit is compliant (including advising details of make and expiry of helmet, Hans etc), have to send the organisers a photo of our competition licence (once per organiser for the year), and have to have a mobile with us at the circuit to enable organisers to contact us for any judicial etc matters. No printed results - everything done via online means. Worked OK at Oulton, but could be fun at some circuits unless they've boosted their mobile signals lately.


There is provision for spot-checks for scrutineers to do physical inspection if required. At the circuit masks must be worn everywhere apart from in the paddock where full social distancing can be guaranteed, or when sat in the race car.
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New release today, number of entrants at track meetings not restricted, rallyes and hill climb restricted to 50 entrants till 8 June then up to 500. As to spectators nothing really clear atm, at least for me, because they are talking about a pass sanitaire not available yet and many details are TBC and/or depending on… If nothing changes might be better early July.
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It seems as if circuits will be allowed 4000 spectators now....though not sure if that is a blanket figure, as 4000 at Mallory might seem a lot, whereas at Oulton you wouldn't notice them It will be fine for any Club meeti ng, though, as they won't get anything like that!
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4000 is better than nothing, just a shame we couldn’t have even 1% of that figure prior to now, for reasons best known to the government
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It seems as if circuits will be allowed 4000 spectators now....though not sure if that is a blanket figure, as 4000 at Mallory might seem a lot, whereas at Oulton you wouldn't notice them It will be fine for any Club meeti ng, though, as they won't get anything like that!
I think it's a maximum of 4000 people or 50% of the maximium capacity of the venue. Therefore Mallory could hold 4000 people due to the size of the place, but a 6000 seater football stadium would be limited to 3000 attending if I've got the right regulations.

From 21st June (if all goes well), there should be no restriction on spectator numbers - https://www.gov.uk/government/public...al-authorities
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Thanks for clarification......I suppose circuits must have a maximum capacity, but never heard of them, or any idea how they could be calculated .
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Thanks for clarification......I suppose circuits must have a maximum capacity, but never heard of them, or any idea how they could be calculated .

I don't know the current figures, Richard, but Sillystone have nearly always set a maximum number of tickets for the GP every year, so one would assume that that is their maximum capacity I would have have thought?
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Thanks for clarification......I suppose circuits must have a maximum capacity, but never heard of them, or any idea how they could be calculated .
After "villages" they are talking about "bubbles" now… Each bubble is supposed to contain 5000 people. Does this mean that we could have one 4000 and one 6000 in the same area? What can happen when a bubble meets another one? And if they keep the 6 or 10 person standing close to each other thingy, does this mean that each bubble needs 50 toilets? I guess 50 almost clean toilets is what you can meet driving from Calais to Marseille…
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I don't know the current figures, Richard, but Sillystone have nearly always set a maximum number of tickets for the GP every year, so one would assume that that is their maximum capacity I would have have thought?
I may be wrong but I seem to remember hearing years ago that maximum capacity numbers were dictated by what the local infrastructure could cope with - water, sewage etc.
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