Rule 1 - Reduce workforce to essential staff only
- Operating under a maximum capacity of 1,000 people on site.
- Heavily reduced numbers, usually being 5,000+ at events.
- Enforced curfews and shift rotation to limit interaction.
Rule 2 - Protect vulnerable individuals
- People over-60 or with underlying medical conditions should not attend.
- Strict checks to form part of the accreditation application process.
Rule 3 - Stay in your zone
- Staff and suppliers assigned to separate zones at the racetrack.
- Stay alert and keep distance while travelling and in temporary accommodation.
- Clusters and sub-clusters to be defined to further reduce risk.
Rule 4 - Keep your distance
- Social distancing measures to be followed, staying two metres apart.
- Event populations to remain in designated zones throughout the duration.
- Reduced podium ceremony and starting grid procedures.
Rule 5 - Wear PPE at all times
- Surgical masks are required to be worn at all times as a minimum.
- Specific PPE (FFP2 masks and eye protection) required for certain duties.
Rule 6 - Wash your hands
- Regular and thorough handwashing methods should be adhered to.
- Avoid items of communal use and pre-assign equipment for the entire period.
- Additional facilities and handwashing stations placed around the site.
Rule 7 - Get tested
- PCR testing and a negative result required before entering the venue.
- Daily tests for new arrivals on site and repeated every five days.
Rule 8 - Undergo daily medical checks
- Temperature checks and a wellbeing questionnaire to be completed every day before entering.
Rule 9 - Respect travel restrictions
- Follow the German government guidelines.
Rule 10 - Follow the code of conduct
- Attendees must complete a compulsory induction session in order to receive accreditation.
To read the full event guidelines for behind-closed-door racing, please click here.