Formula 1 will have its first full crowd back at an event for the first time since 2019 when the Austrian GP takes place on July 2-4.
Crowds have slowly been returning to events since the start of the pandemic and Austria will be a key milestone for the sport as it looks to return to normality after the coronavirus crisis.
From the start of July, there will be no limits on the number of fans at sporting events in Austria. Anyone can attend the ninth round of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship including people from outside of Austria as there are currently no quarantine measures.
Visitors are welcome to Spielberg if they fill out an online form in advance and if they have tested negative for COVID-19 or have been vaccinated.
Max Verstappen's memorable win in 2019 saw a huge reaction from the 'Orange Army' of fans and the Red Bull driver is delighted with the news.
"The orange army has always helped me, even during the two races I won there," Verstappen said on his own website. "The last victory in 2019 was superb, with a chase for the win in one of the final laps.
"The fact that there are so many fans in Austria again is of course great for the atmosphere."