Weird News 50,000 spectators for the 24h le mans 2021
The CGT Renault calls for the mobilization in Sarthe and in the Pas-de-Calais Thursday 6 May
© West France Visit of the Renault du Mans factory, a site dedicated to the manufacture of the chassis of different brands of cars. The Federation of Metallurgy Workers and CGT Renault Trade Unions call for employees and population to mobilize at Le Mans, Sarthe and Douvrin, in Pas-de-Calais, Thursday, May 6, 2021.
The LE-MANS host ACO has proclaimed that for the 89th edition of the long-distance classic At the Circuit de la Sarthe 50,000 spectators are admitted. This corresponds to a utilization of about 20 percent. In the previous year, the race took place completely behind closed doors.
all viewers who want to want to attend the race on the 21st and 22nd of August must show the new health pass, which has been introduced in France on 9 June 2021. This means that the viewers must either be completely vaccinated, proving proof of a surviving COVID 19 infection including immunity detection or a negative PCR test.
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In a statement of the ACO it is called "Thanks to the reduced capacity and health card, we can guarantee safe retention of our premium events."
The pre-test that celebrates a comeback this year on Sunday before the race will be inaccessible to the public as the otherwise popular technical acceptance before the race. The campsites will be opened on Wednesday to the first training sessions. Unlike normal years, there will be no fair or concerts.
tickets are offered at 10am CESZ from June 21st. ACO members can book their tickets from 17 June. In the case of a cancellation of the events or a renewed viewer ban, as in the previous year, all ticket buyers will be compensated. ACO President Pierre Fillon has categorically excluded another shift beyond August.
So far, the ACO has not provided any information where the 50,000 spectators are to be accommodated. A plan for about 50,000 spectators in the previous year suggested that they should be distributed to "islands" to 5,000 people each. This plan had to be buried after discussions with the French Government and local authorities.
In addition, an updated starter list for the race has been published. On this are the same 62 vehicles as on the list announced in March. It still stays four vehicles on the reserve list.
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