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Nurburgring to admit 20,000 F1 fans for Eifel GP

Next month’s Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring is set to take place in front of 20,000 Formula 1 fans after race organisers were given the green light to host spectators. Check out the Crash F1 YouTube channel - CLICK HERE The German circuit will hold its first F1 race in seven years on October 9-11 as the 11th round of the revised 17-race 2020 season which was heavily disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Having been granted permission to open the doors to spectators for the event, tickets will go on sale from Tuesday on the circuit’s official website, though they will be released in batches. A three-day ticket for the grand prix will cost 199 (£182). The opening eight rounds of...
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