MotoGP | TT Assen will have 11,500 Dutch spectators back in their famous grandstands
The MotoGP organizers announced that 11,500 Dutch spectators will occupy the grandstands at the 90th Motul TT Assen, which takes place on 27 June.
The TT Circuit Assen has reached an agreement with the Drenthe Safety Region and Dorna Sports to allow fans to return their famous grandstands.
A maximum of four tickets will be available per person for each day of the Dutch TT and a 1.5 metre social distance must be observed at all times. However, visitors from the same household will be allowed to sit together.
Furthermore, tickets that had been purchased for the 2020 Dutch TT will remain valid for 2022, meaning regular visitors to the Dutch TT will be assured their usual seat for the 2022 Grand Prix.
The visitors of each grandstand will have their own ‘bubble’, with a customized traffic plan developed. Fans will be directed to a parking area next to their grandstand, with the route to each grandstand on the admission ticket by means of a colour code.
This way, every grandstand has its own parking area and the visitors are then led directly to their grandstand and everyone will, therefore, remains safe in their own ‘bubble’.
The iconic TT Circuit Assen had the unique honour of being the only venue to have held a round of the motorcycle racing Grand Prix World Championship every year, uninterrupted, since the Championship began in 1949 before the Covid-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 event.