Promoted: How COVID will impact fans at races in 2021

Live sports broadcasts have provided comfort and entertainment for fans throughout the periods of lockdown over the past year. But it doesn’t quite compare to attending races in-person when it comes to the spectacle and witnessing historic events unfold first-hand.

Promoted: How COVID will impact fans at races in 2021

That has left motorsport fans caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. With a desire to book tickets and travel to races, there comes a hesitation that late changes to entry restrictions may risk customers needing to cancel their trips and losing money.

Thanks to the COVID Secure Booking policy from Motorsport Tickets - the one-stop shop for the ultimate range of event tickets, travel packages and exclusive experiences for racing fans – customers can book today with confidence thanks to the protection packages available.

Whether its Formula 1, MotoGP, the World Endurance Championship, historic race meetings or the British Touring Car Championship, fans can continue to book tickets with peace of mind. Motorsport Tickets provides a clear three-point COVID Secure Booking policy that guarantees that customer purchases are immune to changing circumstance.

Motorsport Tickets, with its 16 years of trusted industry experience, offers a full COVID protection guarantee. If the event you’ve booked to attend is cancelled or is then moved to take place behind closed doors, ticket holders will receive a full face-value refund.

Additionally, should you decide to swap events - for example, deciding to visit Zandvoort for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix instead of heading to Spain for the F1 - customers can make any amendments to their orders without the fear of extra charges.

Motorsport Tickets also offers a full Booking Protection plan for a small charge. Through this, customers are able to claim a total refund on the entire booking should it become unviable for them to attend a race due to local travel restrictions, if they fall ill, or if travellers from their country are no longer able to enter the host nation.

 

There is also the COVID promise from Motorsport Tickets. Its team of staff have reviewed each race for which tickets are on sale to ensure the necessary COVID protections are in place as standard. The staff will also inform customers of all relevant precautions advised for the event you are set to attend. All of this offers the peace of mind that fans will remain safe before, during and after their visit to the track.

Governing body Motorsport UK is expecting spectators to be allowed back to circuits as of April. This comes off the back of the gradual easing of national restrictions that will be implemented in stages throughout spring and summer this year.

This had already led to a massive increase in demand for tickets for the Belgian and Austrian Grands Prix. Along with the Spanish and Dutch races, they are within realistic driving distance. The ability to control your interactions with others through the comprehensive camping and hotel packages on offer means fans can remain in control of their own travel, avoiding the hassle of frequent flight changes and cancellations.

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While Motorsport Tickets naturally recognises the need to balance the desire to get away with necessity - to ensure the safety of you, your friends and family - the complexity of the wide-ranging travel restrictions currently employed by many nations need not be a deterrent to watching your favourite motorsport events in person in 2021.

Thanks to Motorsport Tickets’ simple, safe and secure policy that comes as standard with all bookings, you can buy tickets and have something to look forward to after a challenging last 12 months. You’ll also earn loyalty points that can be put towards any future purchases.

Book with Motorsport Tickets today by visiting the website here and before long you can be back watching the F1 grid swooping through Eau Rouge. Also, check out the full COVID Secure Booking policy here.

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