The average attendance of the Grand Prix Formula 1 grew in 2018

The average attendance of the Grand Prix Formula 1 grew in 2018
21:30 Fri, 21 Dec 2018 Telegraph motor racing sports news: According to official data, in 2018, the average attendance of Formula 1 increased by 2.7% in comparison with the season 2017.

Total attendance at the 21st Grand Prix amounted to 4 093 305 people, with an average 194 of 919 persons at the Grand Prix. The leader in this indicator is a British stage (340 000), followed by Mexico (334 946), Australia (295 000), United States (263 160), Singapore (263 000) and Belgium (250 000). The highest growth was recorded in Azerbaijan (+31,6%), Austria (+27,6%), Japan (+20.4 percent) and Canada (+11.4 per cent).

“The average attendance for the race weekend has grown in comparison with indicators of 2017 2.7%”, – stated in the official report of the FOM.

The total attendance of the races in the season-2018 amounted to 1 702 959 people, an average of 81 093 on the race. The leader, as in terms of indicators for the whole weekend, was the stage in Silverstone – 140 500, second place Mexico – 135 407 on the third USA – 111 580.

For comparison, in the official press release FOM led attendance figures with other major events. For example, the FIFA world Cup 2018 in Russia has averaged 47 371 people, and the final in the Luzhniki stadium – 78 011. The NFL season 2017/2018 attended an average of 67 405 fans.

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