Brazilian Grand Prix Formula 1, which will take place next Sunday (14), all tickets are pre-sold out and are supposed to help reheat the landmarks of the city In the city it Recently released events at 100% capacity.
But the moves at Interlagos start on Friday (12), the day of the first free practice and also qualifying for the sprint that will take place on Saturday (13) – See the times below.
Of the 150,000 tickets, 77% were purchased by people who do not live in the city. With the movement, the event should generate a financial impact of R$810 million and 8,500 temporary jobs. Holiday Republic Day Announcement, on the fifteenth of the month, can help keep tourists in town.
The São Paulo government expects tourists to stay at least four days in the capital, on average, and the daily cost for those who come to the city during Formula 1 ranges from R$756 to R$817.
Although the city has already issued events at 100% capacity, there is still an obligation to wear a mask and the public must provide proof of vaccination to get to the racetrack.
case or vaccination schedule Incomplete, it is necessary to submit a PCR test performed up to 48 hours prior to the event or an antigen test (rapid test) 24 hours prior.
The state of São Paulo will allocate 5,000 police officers to patrol the areas around the Interlagos Autodrome, which will have closed roads On most days it is training and running.
See the F1 São Paulo GP race schedule:
- First Free Training: 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
- Qualification: from 4 pm to 5 pm
- The second free training: from 12 noon to 1 pm
- Sprint race: 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
With information from Agência Brasil
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