Formula 1 Gran Premio Della Toscana Ferrari 1000
On 10th July 2020, Formula 1 announced Italy’s spectacular Mugello circuit would host a Grand Prix for the first time from 11-13th September 2020 – as part of the revised 2020 race calendar. Mugello is owned by Ferrari, and the circuit’s first F1 event, set for the weekend following the Italian Grand Prix at Monza – is set to be a celebration in more ways than one, given it will mark the Scuderia’s 1000th race in the world championship.
As confirmed in late August, the Tuscan Grand Prix will be the first Formula 1 race on the 2020 calendar to allow spectators. According to Autosport, there will be 2,880 tickets on sale for each day of the Tuscan Grand Prix, split across three grandstands. Therefore, there will be no Formula 1 Paddock Club in Mugello.
“During the three-day GP, 2,880 spectators can attend the event every day: 1,000 in Tribuna Centrale, [and] 1,000 in Tribuna Materassi, with a private allocation of 880 tickets available exclusively to members of Scuderia Ferrari clubs for Tribuna 58.
“A detailed operating plan, presented by Mugello Circuit and approved by Regione Toscana, contains all the anti-COVID-19 actions envisaged in this circumstance to guarantee the maximum safety for all attendees.”
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