MotoGP, Spain opens its borders to non-European riders and technicians

Upon authorization, highly skilled sportsmen and workers will be allowed to cross borders


Spain has now also opened its borders for MotoGP riders and technicians who come from countries considered to be at risk for coronavirus. Travel restrictions for those arriving from outside Europe have in fact been modified through an Official State Bulletin.

Entry into Spain is now allowed for highly skilled workers whose work is necessary and cannot be postponed or carried out remotely, including participants in high-level sporting events. Logically these requirements will have to be documented.

The Higher Sports Council will issue access permits and each case will be carefully evaluated. This however means that riders and technicians from all over the world will have the opportunity to take part in the Grands Prix.




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