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FANS WELCOME AT THE ADAC GT MASTERS BEACH PARTY IN ZANDVOORT

The ADAC GT Masters beach party at the CM.com Circuit Zandvoort will go ahead with fans: spectators are welcome to the third race weekend of the German GT Championship (9th to 11th July), which takes place at the recently-remodelled Formula 1 circuit in Zandvoort. Up to 3,000 spectators per day can follow the ADAC GT Masters live at the racetrack in the Netherlands.

Fans have access to the main grandstand, as well as areas along the start/finish straight and the first corner. There is free choice of seats in the main grandstand. According to the current regulations in the Netherlands, masks are not mandatory in spectator areas and in grandstands. Access to the paddock is not yet possible. Prerequisite for access to the racetrack for all visitors aged 13 and above is a negative coronavirus test, taken within the previous 40 hours. The test must be performed in the Netherlands. Tests performed outside the Netherlands are not considered valid. Information on dates for free tests and the nearest test centre are available online at testenvoortoegang.org (English/Dutch).

Visitors can easily take the free test whilst travelling to Zandvoort – test centres are available along all motorways from Germany towards Zandvoort. The test result must be saved in the “CoronaCheck” app, which is available free of charge for iOS and Android at coronacheck.nl/en/. Fully vaccinated or recovered visitors are given access by presenting the Digital Corona Certificate, as a QR code on the mobile phone or in printed form.

A fascinating weekend of motorsport awaits fans in the Netherlands: as well as the ADAC GT Masters, the ADAC GT4 Germany and ADAC Formula 4 also feature in Zandvoort. The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will provide a feast of GT action, while Porsche fans can also look forward to a guest appearance of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux, which, like the German Cup series, lines up with the latest 992 version of the 911 cup car. Spectators planning a trip from Germany to round three of the German GT Championship will find constantly-updated information on entry and their stay in the Netherlands at adac.de/news/holland-urlaub-corona/.

Source. ADAC GT Masters

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