Imola circuit to refund ticket holders for cancelled grand prix


The Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola is providing refunds or ticket exchanges to all ticket holders for this weekend’s cancelled Method 1 race.

The Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix was as a result of happen on the Italian circuit this weekend. Nevertheless, as a result of impression on flooding within the area after sustained rainfall in current weeks, F1 introduced yesterday that the occasion wouldn’t happen.

Final 12 months’s Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix weekend – the primary dash race weekend of the 2022 season – noticed a complete of 129,656 spectators attend the venue throughout the three days of competitors, with over 42,000 vacationers arriving into the area for the occasion. Many followers holding tickets for this weekend’s race had already begun their journeys to the area, with the opening day of observe initially deliberate for tomorrow.

Because the race won’t happen, the circuit has confirmed compensation plans for all ticket holders affected by the cancellation of the occasion as a result of “ongoing climate emergency”.

The circuit will provide “all patrons who’ve bought tickets by means of the gross sales community and the TicketOne.it buying platform” the selection of a refund of their ticket costs or the chance to transform their tickets for the 2023 occasion to subsequent 12 months’s Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix as an alternative.

Because of the ongoing impression of the flooding within the area, the circuit says that ticketholders will likely be contacted with particulars about the way to declare their refunds or ticket conversions through an e-mail from the Vehicle Membership of Italy (ACI Sport) by means of TicketOne.it over the approaching days.

Anybody affected by the cancellation of the occasion can hunt down additional data by visiting TicketOne.it or calling them on +39 892 101.

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