Despite there being more than a month to go until the Belgian Grand Prix, officials representing the Spa-Francorchamps circuit have confirmed that this year’s event is a near sell-out.
The iconic race’s future has been the subject of much speculation in recent months, and it was widely speculated that the event would be forced to be run bi-annually as it struggled to cope with continued losses and falling ticket sales.
Fortunately, a rescue deal has been negotiated that has secured the event on the calendar for the next few years.
In a bid to improve ticket sales, organisers made the decision to cut ticket prices, which have resulted in all available grandstand seating being sold out.
A limited number of general admission tickets remain available for sale.
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