Spectators set for return to F1 tracks

With 135,000 spectators gathering for the Indy 500 last Sunday, the question of how many fans can attend the next races in Formula 1 is now in the spotlight. While this weekend’s grand prix at Baku will be a ‘ghost race’, it is believed three areas of 5,000 people will be able to make up a total capacity of 15,000 spectators per day at the subsequent French GP at Paul Ricard. After that comes the Austrian double-header, with race promoter Red Bull’s Dr Helmut Marko predicting the current limit of 3,000 per day at the Red Bull Ring will be lifted.

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