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The authorities of the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna have decided to admit fans to the circuit named after Enzo and Dino Ferrari; more than 13 thousand spectators are expected to watch events on the track from the stands on each day of the race weekend.

Ticket sales for the 1 November race start as early as this Tuesday, and it can be expected that the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, which takes place at this circuit for the first time after a 14-year hiatus, will generate a lot of interest, despite the challenging situation of the Ferrari team.

Of course, the main condition that allowed the race with the audience was strict adherence to precautionary measures, because the epidemiological situation in Italy remains alarming.

“Imola can rejoice at the opportunity to return to a relatively normal situation, because there is more than enough space on the track, so we can fully comply with the safety rules,” said Uberto Selvatiko Estense, head of the circuit. “This is a great opportunity to demonstrate to the world our ability to cope with serious crises through the right and thoughtful approaches.”

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