Formula One officials are thought to be in talks with the UK government over new quarantine measures.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that any visitor to the UK, would have to self isolate for 14 days.
Yet the full details of the decision are yet to be announced.
The ruling will cause many problems for the British Grand Prix, if it was to go ahead.
The Grand Prix was scheduled to be ran on 19 July.
A second race at Silverstone has been discussed for a week later, to be ran under a different name.
Seven out of the ten Formula One teams are based in Britain.
The Austrian Grand Prix is due to be ran on 3-5 July.
In theory, this could allow enough time with respect to the quarantine measures for the British Grand Prix to go ahead.
Formula One chief Cory Chase has said that he is confident that this season can begin in Austria.
Chase also said that racing in Europe is being targeted between July and September.
While races in Eurasia, Asia and the Americas would take place in September, October and November.
The season will then be finished in the Gulf at the end of the year.
With the traditional finale to the season being held in Abu Dhabi.
Its is anticipated that all races will be behind closed doors.
On 28 April the season was officially suspended for a further four weeks.
The summer shutdown period was brought forward from August.
After the Australians Grand Prix was postponed in March.
The hiatus in the race calendar was also extended to five weeks from three weeks.