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20,000 tickets to be sold for Eifel GP

The Nurburgring will allow 20,000 fans to attend the Eifel Grand Prix weekend next month after the circuit secured permission to bring in spectators. Organisers have outlined a number of safety measures that will be in place throughout the process to maintain a high safety standard amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. These measures include contactless ticket purchasing, with the tickets being personalised and seating-accurate. The grandstands that are to be opened will be divided into individual sections and seating blocks will be designated. The blocks have four bookable seats, while all spectators must wear masks when attending the circuit. Fans that will be seated in different...
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