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7 days ago
By motogp.com

Valencia Grand Prix aiming to allow limited public access

Circuit Ricardo Tormo has announced that it plans to allow fans into the circuit when it hosts the second of two MotoGP™ events in November

The Circuit Ricardo Tormo has announced that it plans to allow fans into the circuit when it hosts the second of two MotoGP™ World Championship Grands Prix in November – the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana.

The first race weekend, the Gran Premio de Europa, will take place behind closed doors between 6-8 of November. However, after talks with Dorna Sports, the Cheste City Council, the Direccio General de l'Esport and the Royal Spanish Motorcycle Federation, the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in finalising a protocol that allows public access across the three days. This is, of course, subject to what the health authorities indicate at all times.

 “The fans are the reason for the Circuit. Thanks to them, these facilities were built in 1999 and we owe it to them. From the Circuit Ricardo Tormo we have to do our best, hand in hand with all the institutions involved in the event and always under the supervision of the health authorities, to offer fans the possibility of attending the Grand Prix with all security measures at your fingertips,” said Gonzalo Gobert, General Director of the circuit.

The Circuit Ricardo Tormo will open a second term for the refund of tickets, after the initial term that was offered in March and April due to the change in dates of the World Championship in light of the pandemic. On this second occasion, fans who wish to do so will be able to request a refund of their ticket money from the 1-31 of October.

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