One of the news in recent weeks was the return of one of the most demanding circuits to the Formula 1. Istanbul Park will host the Turkish Grand Prix, after a nine-year absence. This Tuesday, Vural Ak, promoter of the race, commented that they have planned the presence of the public, in the test that will be held from November 13 to 15.
On the other hand, one of the possible prices was announced for the public to be present. «The cheapest Formula 1 ticket in the world«They said from the organization. The ticket would be around 3 euros, when today around 150 euros, approximately.
Vural Ak, announced that the sanitary conditions must be in place so that the public can be in the circuit. We have to be prepared for anything. If the disease worsens more than today, then the race can be done without spectators. However, we know the capacity of this track. Around 220,000 spectators can watch the race in the stands and in the open areas, ”he commented.
In addition, he clarified that: “For the moment, for security reasons, if we close some sections, some 100,000 spectators will be able to watch the race following the rules of social distancing.” The last Grand Prix held in Turkish territory saw Sebastian Vettel as the winner, when the German was running in Red bull.
The price of the tickets
Finally, the leader of the Turkish circuit commented that: «Formula 1 normally has certain standards and ticket prices are at a certain level. However, we are not looking to profit financially from this and the government has encouraged us. Ticket prices are 3 Euros per day. It will be approximately 10 euros in total for the three days. Tickets will be on sale next week and we believe they will sell very fast«, Ak concluded.