WEC: Monza to welcome restricted variety of followers
Subsequent month’s spherical three of the FIA World Endurance Championship, the 6 Hours of Monza, is about to welcome a restricted variety of spectators.
A complete of 38 automobiles will battle it out in throughout 4 lessons within the occasion held from July 16 – 18.
The occasion would be the first at Monza this yr to be opened to a restricted variety of spectators. The circuit will welcome spectators on Sunday 18 July, appropriately spaced and on the best grandstand on the primary straight.
The seats will probably be assigned on the time of the ticket buy. Along with the tickets, parking areas inside the circuit will even be supplied.
The tickets will probably be accessible solely on-line and, till Wednesday 30 June, will probably be on sale at a reduced worth at monzanet.it and ticketone.it.
Presently, the entry is at €60, with free admission for kids as much as six years of age and at €1 for these between the ages of seven and 11. The value for these aged between 12 and 17 in addition to for individuals the over 75 is at €30.
Will probably be obligatory to finish a check-in process that may enable monitoring of the spectators.
In case of a government-enforced cancellation or one other occasion held behind closed doorways, all bought tickets will probably be refunded. Any updates on this matter will probably be communicated on monzanet.it
Frédéric Lequien, FIA WEC CEO, stated: “We’re extraordinarily happy to have the ability to welcome a few of our loyal followers again to the WEC. I want to thank everybody on the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and the Italian authorities for making this doable. I’d additionally prefer to thank our followers for his or her endurance and continued help.”
Richard Mille, FIA Endurance Fee President, stated: “It’s been some time since followers might attend a spherical of the FIA World Endurance Championship and I’m very a lot wanting ahead to seeing their presence on the grandstands at Monza. Owing to the choice of the federal government, in addition to the efforts of the organisers and the promoter this can all be doable in protected circumstances.”