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Misano becomes first MotoGP venue to allow fans at its events

Misano will become the first MotoGP venue to allow spectators since grand prix motorcycle racing returned from its Covid-enforced break last month, the Italian track granting access to 10,000 fans per day.   The Misano World Circuit confirmed the news this morning in a press release, coming after the Emilia-Romangna region of Italy in which the track is located region granted permission for the organisers to open up the event to fans for the first time this year. Both the San Marino and the Emilia-Romagna GP’s-due to be held in the middle of September-will become the first MotoGP outings to allow fans since the ’19 season finale at Valencia in November last year. The opening five...
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