It is now possible to request the press accreditation for the 1000 Miglia 2021.
To ensure the health and safety of all those taking part in the event, the number of accreditations available at this edition will once again be limited.
As indicated in the 2021 Regulations, accreditation requests must be submitted exclusively online – after registering in the Press Area – and must be received no later than 23:59 on 23rd May 2021. Accreditation requests received in any other way will not be accepted. Please note that it will not be possible to obtain accreditation on site.
Furthermore, to avoid crowds and gatherings, access to the main areas of the event will be regulated this year too. Consequently:
- It will be possible to access the Paddock and Village areas as long as the maximum capacity limits are respected; we rely on your cooperation should entry be delayed in order to allow the outflow and authorise subsequent access.
- Access to the areas reserved for photo and video filming during the start and finish in Brescia and the finish in Rome will not be allowed and 1000 Miglia will provide photo and video material through its own channels and/or those of its official partners. The images will be available online through a specific platform that will be announced soon.
- The prize-giving ceremony will be reserved for participants and partners only and will be streamed live on www.1000miglia.it; the pictures will be made available through the same platform.
To collect the accreditation, it will be necessary to provide an active telephone number, to sign a “self-declaration for Covid-19 risk” and to agree to wear a bracelet that must not be removed until the end of the event that attests this subscription; not wearing this bracelet will result in the impossibility to access the event areas despite the possession of the regular pass. The self-declaration form will be made available in the Press Area and all relevant information will be announced in due time.
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