No longer just 25,000 spectators and so no yet a sold-out event. With the Italian government’s latest Legislative Decree, the Nolan Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna GP that will run on 22-24 October will be able to welcome a total of 35,000 spectators, 10,000 more than originally envisaged.

New grandstand tickets available

Tickets for Valentino Rossi’s final race on Italian soil at Misano were already sold out but, thanks to the latest Legislative Decree, which comes at the perfect time just ahead of the race (the second event to run at Misano this season), an additional 10,000 spectators will be able to buy a ticket. Right now, there is availability in the A, B and C covered central grandstand, while the grass area remains closed in accordance with “Progetto Safe” security measures. Following the relaxation of anti-Covid measures in Spain, which could make for a sold-out Valencia finale, Italy is following suit with a gradual return to normality.

Those interested in buying tickets can do so via the website or on

Translated by Heather Watson

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