Sainz collapses the internet

Formula 1 continues to increase its fervor around the world and, in Spain, the level was not going to be lower. Two Spaniards have options to make a historic season and the fans want to be direct witnesses of everything that can happen. For this reason, the Spanish GP, which will take place on the first weekend of June (from Friday the 2nd to Sunday the 4th) at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Montmeló), is more in demand than ever. There was already enormous expectation in 2022: after two years of a pandemic with the stands empty, the public once again filled them to the brim, hanging the ‘full’ sign for a few days full of adrenaline. And this season will not be less. Demand was already much higher and Alonso’s recent podium gives rise to even higher ticket sales.

But Carlos Sainz also has his weight in this gain in popularity among Spanish fans. His signing by Ferrari caused an explosion among his followers, so much so that the stands that bear his name, Grada CS55 (corresponding to Grandstand B), It is always a greater incentive to spend a weekend full of Formula 1 and, of course, one of the most demanded areas of the track. Well, this year records have been broken again: In just ten minutes all the tickets have been sold out, even with the collapse of their website which, a few minutes after 10 in the morning, stopped working due to the enormous demand of the fans. 3,300 tickets that have flown in a matter of minutes, at a price of 180 euros with access all weekend, in addition to the club’s flag, a cap and a pack of Estrella Galicia 0.0. The pack is valued at €400. “Incredible! Tickets sold out in absolutely record time! See you at the Spanish GP!”, indicated the Spaniard on his social networks.

full to the brim

But what has happened with the CS55 Grada is just a continuation of what has happened since the tickets for the Spanish GP went on sale. The circuit will be complete again this 2023 and leaves even more reasons for its renewal in the coming years. Three months after the event, the Barcelona track has already sold all its tickets, counting with around 110,000 spectators for each day of the weekend. For those who haven’t got their tickets yet, there’s one last chance: limited space with reduced visibility tickets may be available in the coming weeks.

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