Although the 2020 Formula One season started with closed goalie races in July due to the coronavirus epidemic, the first grand prize took place a good week ago in Mugello, where spectators were already admitted – albeit in very limited numbers, less than 3,000 people a day. could enter.
The World Cup continues with the Russian Grand Prix over the weekend, with tens of thousands already counted in Sochi and, as it turns out, the two other venues, the Nürburgring, which hosts the Eifel Grand Prix in mid-October, and Imola, home of the next Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix at the end of October.
In Imola, according to the decision of the president of the region, 13,147 people a day will be able to support the field during the shortened two-day weekend.
“In Imolaba, we can be glad to have the opportunity to return to relatively normal conditions, as there is more than enough space on the track to follow all the precautions,” said Uberto Selvatico Estense, boss of the venue returning to F1 after 2006.
The sale of tickets for the Nürburgring will start tomorrow, with a maximum of 20,000 people entering the F1 race in 2013.