Where to buy tickets for Tuscan Grand Prix and how much will it cost to watch the race at Mugello circuit, as Formula 1 allows limited attendance.
Tuscan Grand Prix officially will be the first race of the season which will allow a certain number of fans in the stands, as it was not allowed till now with current widespread of Coronavirus.
Formula 1 announced that it will allow 2,880 fans each day to witness the high-speed spectacle. Tuscan GP will be organised for the first time in the history of the sport and would be the 1000th race of Ferrari in the competition.
“Mugello is the first circuit that in 2020 will host the public inside it during a [Formula 1] competition,” read a statement issued by the circuit.
“During the three days of the Grand Prix, 2880 spectators will be able to attend the event daily, with 1000 in the Central Tribune and 1000 Materassi Tribune.”
Where to buy tickets for Tuscan Grand Prix and how much will it cost?
Mugello Circuit’s social media handle announced the price of the tickets while also stating that the tickets will be available for purchase from September 1.
According to the circuit officials, one can buy tickets from ticketone.it. As per the announcement, the ticket sale is nearing and might get sold out quickly. Hence, one has to hurry.
📣🇬🇧 From 1pm on our website https://t.co/BwESdN9RPA ticket prices for the Tuscan Grand Prix – Ferrari 1000 will be published. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketone points of sale and on https://t.co/TzgUTQWTRm starting today, 1st September, at 6pm#TuscanGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/JUgnlBCOmx
— Mugello Circuit (@MugelloCircuit) September 1, 2020
The prices of the tickets for the first day, i.e 11 September starts from €188 and goes up to €300. The ticket pricing for Saturday starts from €375 and ends at €600.
The race day tickets are obviously the most expensive of the all, as the base price is around €750 and the final price is up to €1200. The tickets are limited with only around 7.7k fans allowed over the weekend.