British GP bosses warn ticketless fans to stay away from 350,000 Silverstone sell-out after Wembley Euro 2020 chaos

BRITISH GP bosses say this weekend’s race is a 350,000 sell out and have warned ticketless fans to stay away. Silverstone MD, Stuart Pringle, told SunSport how fans will be subjected to ticket and Covid checks far from the circuit’s entrance to ensure it runs smoothly. Silverstone have made that message clear to all ticket holders and have installed checkpoints across the site to cope with the flow of fans. Pringle added: “We have been very clear to our ticket holders about the processes and using the NHS app and the Covid-19 NHS app. “You then have to use the NHS app and get the event QR code and screenshot the image. While The Open will run at a reduced capacity this weekend, Silverstone say they can run at capacity after months of discussions with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Pringle added: “Silverstone is a 550 acre open air site. Around half the attendees will have their apps checked away from the entrance.

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