The Turkish GP could receive 100.000 spectators per day

The promoters of the competition, which was recently added to the F.2020 1 tournament schedule, explained that this could only happen if coronavirus infections do not skyrocket.

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The organizers of Turkish Grand Prix de F1 plan to allow the entry of 100 thousand people per day during the weekend of activity of the 14th date of the 2020 World Cup in the category.

“We must be prepared for everything. So if the data on infections increases, it will be run behind closed doors. Otherwise we know the potential and what can be done in this venue ”, said Vural Ak Dunyanin, Representative of Intercity, promoter of the race that will take place on November 15th at Istanbul Park.

The executive recalled that the enclosure has a capacity of 220 a thousand people "In normal times, in stands and other open spaces."

"But at the moment there are closed sectors, and if things continue like this, there may be 100 spectators, who must follow the rules on social distancing"Dunyanin assured at a press conference.

The Turkish GP was held for the last time in 2011 and returned to the Maximum calendar due to the inconveniences that the category had to race in other countries due to the restrictions caused by the consequences of COVID-19.

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