Autódromo Internacional do Algarve submitted several proposals to the Directorate-General for Health and hopes to have spectators on the stands
Fans who want to attend the grand prix (GP) of MotoGP and Formula 1 at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, in Portimão, will have to carry out a compulsory test at Covid-19, according to the Público newspaper.
According to the daily, the direction of the Algarve circuit has already presented a series of proposals to the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) in order to welcome spectators, in a reduced capacity, in the two major competitions.
Remember, the F1 race at the racetrack in 2020 generated controversy, with crowded stands and a minimum distance that was not met, although no cases or outbreaks resulting from the event were disclosed, and, as a consequence, the GP of MotoGP had no fans.
In 2020, Briton Lewis Hamilton won the F1 race and Portuguese Miguel Oliveira in MotoGP.