Autodrom Most aiming for public attendance when it makes its WorldSBK debut

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 14:16 GMT

The Czech Round is back on the calendar at a new venue as the Autodrom Most gears up for its WorldSBK debut

The Czech Round will return to the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship in 2021, at a new venue, with the Autodrom Most hoping to welcome back supporters to the stands when WorldSBK machines take to the circuit in August. The Czech Republic will host its first WorldSBK action since 2018 when the Championship visits the Autodrom Most, situated near Prague.

The Czech government has announced that from the start of August, outdoor sports events will be able to host fans up to the maximum allowed capacity permitted by government regulations at the time for the Czech Round, which will take place from the 6th to the 8th August.

The circuit has been working towards having plans in place should the number of spectators at outdoor events be increased ahead of the start of the weekend in August while ordering tickets through the pre-sale phase will guarantee no price rises and potential extra benefits should restrictions ease up again.

Jakub Krafek, the Sales Manager for Sports at the Autodrom Most, said: "Whoever buys a ticket in advance now has a fixed price, which will not change. In the event of a relaxation of the measures, they will also be able to move in defined areas throughout the circuit, including the paddock. Their concessionary ticket remains valid. It is our helpful step towards core fans and supporters of the Autodrom Most.”

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