The Rome E-Prix returns on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April as one of the first major international sporting events in the country after the end of the state of emergency for Covid-19, with the stands 100% open for the public.
This year it will be possible to watch the race from one of the different stands or from the Green Arena, a lawn area overlooking the track and set up with refreshment points and large screens.
It will therefore be possible for fans to access the event area with the basic Green Pass, thanks to the measures approved by the Council of Ministers and in force since 1 April.
Thanks to the increase in capacity, additional tickets for the Rome E-Prix were made available.
Prices range from 72 euros for the stands to 29 euros in the Green Arena, with reductions for under 16s and special weekend packages.
All those with a ticket will also have access to the Allianz E-Village with activities for the whole family and a wide gastronomic offer.
Inside, there will be a gaming area, where spectators can challenge and compete on simulators to establish the best score, meet the drivers in the autograph session and participate in the front row in the podium ceremony.
A few weeks after the double stage of the Rome E-Prix, the legacy program started in collaboration with Roma Capitale and, in particular, the Department of Major Events, Sport, Tourism and Fashion, is also starting.
In the coming days, all the projects launched in which not only the EUR but also other municipalities will be involved will be announced.
With a view to creating value for the territory, Formula E has also joined the Association's project "Ripartiamo dall'Eur" and will donate five defibrillators to the district that will be delivered during the race.
Thanks to the contribution of the Department of Major Events, Sport, Tourism and Fashion, one thousand selected fourth and fifth year students of Second Grade Secondary Institutes will also have the opportunity to participate,