F1 Hungarian Grand Prix tickets sell out

In Hungary

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Tickets for the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix race on Sunday, July 31, have sold out, four months ahead of the event, Hungaroring, which is hosting the contest, said, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Close to 100,000 spectators will watch the race at the Hungaroring track in Mogyoród, on the outskirts of Budapest. 

Tickets for practice sessions on Friday and Saturday are still available.

The Hungarian Grand Prix was held behind closed doors in 2020, because of the pandemic. In 2021, only spectators with immunity certificates were allowed in the stands.

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