The Autodrom Most embraces race fans at full capacity for the Czech WorldSBK Round.
For the first time since the 2020 Phillip Island WorldSBK round, spectators will be welcomed back to cheer on their favorite competitors for the Czech WorldSBK Round at the Autodrom Most. Fans will have access to both grandstands, as well as the spectator areas on the hillside, under the conditions that “… all fans will be required to provide certified documentation of confirmation about a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 72 hours.”
“Originally, we assigned space for the spectators on the grandstands, but now the whole area along the race track on the hillside is accessible. We are also starting to prepare an interesting fan program, which we will soon reveal on our website. Unfortunately, paddock access is still not possible.” – Jana Svobodova, Czech Republic Sales and Marketing Director.
The Czech WorldSBK round at the Autodrom Most marks the return of WorldSBK racing to the Czech Republic since Brno in 2018. The Autodrom was built in 1983 and measures 2.617 miles with more corners, 21, than any other circuits on the calendar.