Misano is the latest MotoGP event to announce the return of fans in significant numbers during the second half of the 2021 season.

The biggest trackside audiences since the Covid pandemic began are set to greet teams and riders during the upcoming Red Bull Ring double header in Austria, with the lifting of spectator restrictions meaning 'all stands and seated areas' will be open to MotoGP fans 'who are either vaccinated, tested or recovered'.

The following British MotoGP at Silverstone is also offering a full range of general admission and grandstand tickets. 20,000 tickets are then expected to be on offer for Aragon on September 10-12, although the official MotoGP website states, 'Ticket sales for this event are not yet available'.

Aragon is followed by Misano from September 17-19, which has just announced that the latest government regulations allow for its MotoGP crowd capacity to be increased to 23,000 fans per day - for what might be local hero Valentino Rossi's final home race.

Misano spectators will be limited to grandstands with one-metre social distancing in place, plus last year's protocol of a dedicated parking space.

Another event currently offering MotoGP tickets for sale is Circuit of the Americas for October 1-3.

While General Admission tickets are not available for MotoGP's first American event since 2019, fans are 'still able to explore the Circuit and enjoy their favorite GA areas by purchasing a reserved seat ticket at a comparable price'.

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