FAN FRENZY F1 fans return at Tuscan Grand Prix as 2,800 pile in to watch practice… and scramble for tickets saw them go for £500

FORMULA ONE welcomed back fans, as the doors to Friday’s practice for the Tuscan Grand Prix were opened to spectators. Unlike the opening eight races to this 2020 season, this event has seen a relaxation to the Covid-19 controls. The circuit in Mugello has allocated 2,880 seats per day to punters who were lucky enough to get tickets. Unsurprisingly, the event to mark Ferrari’s 1,000th race quickly sold out, with tickets now being sold for over £500. However, some fans managed to sneak a peek of the action from vantage points around the circuit. And Ferrari’s special race weekend has been overshadowed by news that their driver Sebastian Vettel will join Aston Martin next season. His new Silverstone-based team were formerly known as Force India and now race under the Racing Point name.

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