Full capacity at Silverstone

The British GP will be held to the public by being included in the UK Events Research Program.


Silverstone and Formula 1 announced this Thursday that the British Grand Prix, which will be held from July 16 to 18, will be able to have full capacity in the stands of the circuit, after the event was included in the Event Research Program of UK Government. "We are delighted to confirm that the Formula 1 British GP has been included in the last phase of the UK Government's Event Research Program (ERP), allowing for full capacity," said a statement from the circuit and Liberty Media.

Those with admission will be asked for a negative coronavirus test "within 48 hours of arrival at Silverstone" or proof of complete vaccination, "having received the second dose at least 14 days prior to the first day of attendance at the big prize". "Silverstone will work closely with the experts and in particular the Northamptonshire Director of Public Health on the specific entry conditions that will allow the event to run safely and will announce these details to ticket holders in the next ten days, "added the layout.

For his part, Stefano Domenicali, president and CEO of Formula 1, considered this news "fantastic". "It will be an incredible weekend with hundreds of thousands of fans present to see our first grand prix with the sprint format on Saturday," he stressed. "I want to express my great thanks to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Secretaries of State Oliver Dowden and Michael Gove, and Silverstone Managing Director Stuart Pringle for their tireless work to achieve this great result. All drivers and teams we can't wait to get to Silverstone, "he confessed.

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