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‘Extremely sorry': British GP organisers vow to take action after recent ‘chaos'

Managing director of Silverstone, Stuart Pringle, has apologised to Formula 1 fans for the farcical ticketing system used for next year’s British Grand Prix. In previous years, Silverstone has adopted a set pricing system; general admission was the cheapest, and the prices went up for grandstand seating and VIP access. This year, to deal with unprecedented demand, they decided to go with a “dynamic” pricing structure, that would see the cost of tickets rise every 90 seconds. Early access to 2023 tickets cost fans £99, and those at the front of the queue got their tickets at a similar rate to last year. READ: British GP: Police warn that drivers’ lives could be at risk after...
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