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FIA WEC – The 6 Hours of Monza to host a limited number of fans
The 6 Hours of Monza, third round of the 2021 FIA WEC to be held from 16-18 July, will be the first championship race open to the public this season
The 6 Hours of Monza will be the first WEC race this year to welcome a limited number of fans, in accordance with Covid-19 regulations.
The circuit will be open to spectators on Sunday 18 July. Fans will be adequately spaced and will have access to the right-hand grandstand beside the starting straight. Seats will be assigned at the time of ticket purchase, which must be done only through authorised online retailers. The ticket will include a guaranteed parking space inside the circuit.
Fans can book seats online ahead of the event on www.monzanet.it or www.ticketone.it. No tickets will be on sale at the gates on the day. Spectators will need to check in on arrival to comply with the Covid tracking procedure. If regulations change between now and the race, all tickets will be fully refunded.
Frédéric Lequien, CEO of the WEC: “We are extremely pleased to be able to welcome some of our loyal fans back to the WEC. I would like to thank everyone at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and the Italian authorities for making this possible. I’d also like to thank our fans for their patience and continued support.”
The provisional entry list for the 6 Hours of Monza counts 38 cars (five in Hypercar, 12 in LMP2, four in LMGTE Pro and 17 in LMGE Am). The race will be another chance to see how the new Hypercars perform. As usual, traffic management will be a real challenge for the drivers.
See the provisional entry list for the 6 Hours of Monza 2021.
For further information on the 6 Hours of Monza and the FIA WEC, head to the official championship website.