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The Russian Grand Prix will be the second stage after the race in Mugello, where spectators are allowed, but the borders are closed and the competition remains local for spectators – foreign fans cannot come to Sochi.

In Europe, some borders are open, so the Eifel Grand Prix, which will be held at the Nurburgring on October 11, is in great demand – this is confirmed by today’s ticket sales data.

We wrote that the authorities allowed up to 20,000 spectators to enter the Nurburgring – in the morning the tickets went on sale, but the demand was so great that they managed to sell about 5,000 tickets, and then the server “fell” and promised to “rise” only tomorrow.

Another batch of tickets will be up for sale on Friday, and server performance will be doubled to satisfy fans.


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