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Italian Grand Prix flopped to 15million Euros loss

The Italian GP has recorded a loss of 15million Euros, with the number of people attending the race this year far lower than expected. After the 2020 race weekend at Monza was held behind closed doors, the circuit welcomed fans back to the grandstands this year. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the attendance was limited to 50% of the total capacity on each day, with the aim being to reach that limit. However, the number of ticket sales ultimately proved to be hugely disappointing, with just 16,000 being sold for race day. The president of the circuit, Giuseppe Redaelli, has now revealed that this had led to a loss totalling 15million Euros, and says that changes will be made going forward as...
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