The Spanish Grand Prix will be held behind closed doors on May 9 at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona. Due to measures taken to prevent the corona pandemic, no public is welcome.
The Catalan government has informed the organizers of the Grand Prix that, under the current circumstances, the race cannot be played with spectators, especially due to travel restrictions, visitors living near the track cannot enter.
The tour self-reported: “It is not yet certain that the relaxation may take place during the weekend of May 7-9.” website. All fans who have bought tickets will get their money back.
Last season, there were no spectators in the stands of the Spanish Grand Prix. The game in Imola, Italy this weekend will also be played without fans.
On May 2, the Portuguese Grand Prix will only be open to some fans until further notice. It is expected that this week will become clearer about the cancellation of the Canadian Grand Prix on June 13.