F1 bosses are rewriting offers to make sure there are “minimal necessities” for followers after points on the Italian Grand Prix, in accordance with F1 journalist Chris Medland. He claimed F1 chiefs have been working to make the adjustments to current offers and put contemporary requirements into new contracts.
It comes after followers reported ready hours to get entry to the Monza circuit this weekend whereas many complained concerning the circuit’s poor services. Medland Tweeted: “I perceive F1 can also be working to get minimal necessities referring to followers entered into current contracts (simpler with new offers).”
Followers reported sitting in 2km queues to get into the circuit which pressured them to overlook among the F2 and F3 occasions. Supporters additionally revealed Monza applied a token system to buy foods and drinks which left individuals ready for round an hour.
One supporter claimed he walked 1km exterior the venue to get water for his household however safety wouldn’t let him again in. One fan even reported an enormous queue at Monza practice station on Sunday morning the place a “crush was an actual chance”.
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Talking to Italian media, Domenicali mentioned: “The Grand Prix deserves to be on the calendar however, as I’ve mentioned earlier than, historical past is now not sufficient to have the ability to safe your home within the F1 world championship at present. We anticipate the infrastructure enchancment that now we have outlined, each for the groups and for the general public, to be finished.
“Covid has clearly introduced ahead different wants and different priorities, however now there are outlined initiatives that have to be carried out, and there’s no extra time. The works are wanted for the modernisation of the venue and to assist followers expertise the Grand Prix in the absolute best approach.”