Catalan Grand Prix to go ahead with fans in attendance

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will have 20% capacity this weekend, with a maximum of 3,000 spectators allowed per section

This weekend’s Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya will have fans in attendance as the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya confirm they are allowed to host Round 7 of the season with 20% capacity, and a maximum of 3,000 fans in one of the eight designated sections around the track.  

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has divided the public areas of the grandstands into a total of eight sectorised and independent facilities, creating bubble groups completely isolated from each other and comprising between one and two grandstands.

Spectators at each facility will enter the circuit through the door designated for this facility and must park their vehicles in the recommended parking lots, the one closest to their bubble. For security reasons, the different public areas of the circuit may not be visited and attendees must remain in the area of ​​the facility where their grandstand is located during the event, open to the public from Friday to Sunday. The seats are separated by a lateral and frontal space to ensure the safety distance.

It’s fantastic news to be able to welcome fans back to trackside in Barcelona, and it will be phenomenal to hear the sound of crowds cheering on the riders throughout the three days in Catalonia. Head over to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya’s website for more information regarding the rules and regulations about attending the 2021 Catalan GP.

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