Sport Berger fears about DTM in front of the audience: "Headwind is getting bigger again"

11:20  07 august  2020
11:20  07 august  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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DTM-Boss Berger fürchtet, dass es mit Rennen vor Zuschauern 2020 eng wird © ITR DTM boss Berger fears that it will be tight with races in front of spectators in 2020

Will the DTM 2020 still race in front of an audience? Originally, had been hoped to allow a small number of spectators to return to the Nürburgring in mid-September, although there is a ban on major events until the end of October. Contact tracing and effective hygiene regulations were even seen as an opportunity to obtain approval.

But hope is now sinking again, as DTM boss Gerhard Berger clarifies in an interview with 'Motorsport-Total.com': "I was actually quite confident, but now the headwind is increasing again in many places due to the increasing numbers. That lies also because we are not dealing with the virus consistently enough even during the vacation period, when discipline is more difficult to maintain. "

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Some doctors are already talking about a second wave. Not good news for the DTM umbrella organization ITR, which in 2020 - should there be no spectators - will have to expect a loss.

"In contrast to Formula 1, we at the DTM don't get any money from the race track, but finance ourselves through sponsors and ticket sales to the fans. That's why we are particularly motivated to get spectators to the track, otherwise we just miss an important one Source of income ", explains Berger.

"Apart from that, spectators are indispensable at sporting events, our sport lives from emotion, they are its backbone! That is why we plan with spectators again as soon as the situation permits."

Nevertheless, the Austrian warns against taking the dangers posed by the coronavirus pandemic lightly, because only recently there was the first case with Racing Point driver Sergio Perez even in the field of Formula 1 drivers. "We now know that everyone can be hit at any time," says Berger, who uses a strict hygiene concept at the DTM. In motorsport, too, nobody is "immune to it - regardless of whether they are drivers or mechanics."

So the only way is to live with the virus. "The virus has no expiration date," fears Berger. "It's no different in business either. The solution cannot be that we lock everything up because of Corona. We have to take measures to have everything under control and under control - this includes hygiene regulations, masks and a safe distance. "

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