An understanding of how to keep the British racing circuit closed; The Grand Prix is ​​not in a way harmful

While the government is reopening society in the UK after an intensive vaccination program, sporting events are currently on hold. Much to the frustration of the country’s largest circus owner.

Motorsport Vision, owned by former F1 driver Jonathan Palmer, owns Brands Hatch, Dontington Park, Olden Park, Snatterton and Gatwell Park. These are the three-quarter rounds visited by national racing classes such as PDCC and BSP.

‘Strange’ exception for sporting events

They had been expecting fans to return to their rounds since April 12, but the British government decided at the last minute to reverse that decision. People now have to wait at least a month to attend a sporting event. The deadline has been changed to May 17.

“Outdoor spaces such as zoos and theme parks may be reopened and events such as car launches, steam rallies and food festivals can be held with up to 4,000 spectators a day. One is studying Report van motorsport view.

The company does not understand that there is an exception for sporting events, especially motorsport, as there is ample space to maintain adequate distance over the terrain of the various rounds. So, even if they express their dissatisfaction, they will follow the rules.

Great Britain’s Grand Prix will only take place on July 18, so it’s harmful for now.

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