MotoGP fans will be able to join in the audience at Red Bull Ring provided they are vaccinated, tested or recovered from Covid-19.
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MotoGP fans rejoice as Dorna Sports just confirmed that the Michelin Grand Prix of Styria and the Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich will be making its return to the grandstands in 2021.
The races at the Red Bull Ring were added to the 2021 MotoGP calendar following the cancellation of the Finnish Grand Prix at the new KymiRing circuit. The Styrian grand Prix is reported to be the replacement and is set to run from 6 to 8 August. The Austrian Grand Prix will follow suit a week later to create a double-header in Spielberg.
Spectator restrictions are being lifted at sporting events in Austria this summer, and the gates of the Red Bull Ring will therefore be open to MotoGP fans who are either vaccinated, tested or recovered from Covid-19.
Fans will be able to attend the emblematic Spielberg venue at full capacity for both the Styrian and Austrian GPs.
The MotoGP paddock will continue to operate as a separate Covid-19 safe bubble at both events.
Next up on the calendar will be the German Grand Prix. The event will be taking place next weekend at the Sachsenring motorsport racing circuit.