Brown: In Europe, a lot of tracks that can take the stageJune 9, 2020
We wrote about the readiness of the Italian club ACI to accept two races this season – and one of them will be held not in Monza, but in Imola or Mugello. There is the necessary infrastructure for this, but the capacity of the stands does not matter – the races will still be held without spectators.
On the eve of the RaceFans developed this topic, reporting on the negotiations for the Mugello 1000 Grand Prix in the history of Ferrari, and today reinforced it with a quote from Formula 1 sports director Ross Brown, who does not exclude such an opportunity …
Ross Brown: “Obviously, the approach to the European stages will change, because there will be no spectators in the stands. The choice of tracks for racing will also increase – we can return to where we played before – in Mugello, Imola, Jerez.
These stages can be organized quickly enough – if there are no fans, there is no need to sell tickets and resolve issues that arise. The stationary route can be quickly and easily prepared, unlike the urban one. There are several excellent European racetracks with which we can quickly agree on the stage. ”
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