Spanish GP ticket sales go over the top, as record attendance expected for Carlos Sainz’s home race

Carlos Sainz is about to begin his race on Sunday at the Spanish Grand Prix with huge chances of winning it, and for that, the ticket sales have gone up as the Spaniards want him to clinch the race title.

Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz

The all-new Formula 1 2022 season has been a blast for all the five races that have happened in this year, and the anticipation keeps building up for the next races to come. With only a few days left for the much-awaited Spanish Grand Prix, recent reports have been revealed about the ticket sales for the weekend, and they suggest that the hype for Formula 1 is at an all-time in at Carlos Sainz’s home country.

As one of the oldest teams in the F1 grid, Scuderia Ferrari has been having an upsetting run in the previous two seasons of Formula 1 in 2020 and 2021, but their Team Principal Mattia Binotto had assured the Tifosi that good things were coming their way for 2022. And true to his words, Ferrari has developed one of the best cars on the grid at the moment–the SF-75, that has been predicted as the potential Championship-winning car for this season by many F1 pundits.

With such a powerful car to drive, and the support of the oldest and the most successful F1 team behind him, Carlos Sainz’s chances at winning his home Grand Prix are higher than ever. With that in mind, it is amazing to see that the tickets for the Spanish Grand Prix have sold out at an alarming rate, and it’s almost certain that all the Spaniards are going to flock at Circuit de Barcelona-Catelunya to watch Carlos Sainz clinch the race win.

Spanish Grand Prix ticket sales will be at an all-time high for Carlos Sainz’s possible race win

Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz

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The 2022 Spanish Grand Prix will be held in Barcelona, and the proceedings for the weekend will start from tomorrow with the Prwss Conference. While Ferrari and Red Bull are the two teams to watch out for in the race, most of the Spaniards will be rooting for the Scuderia as Carlos Sainz will be driving for them.

Recent reports on the ticket sales at the Spanish Grand Prix show that almost all the tickets to the race weekend have sold out already, even though a few days are still left before it starts. The metrics show that an expected crowd of 100,000 fans will show up at the Grand Prix, the highest-ever number for the race since the 2007 Spanish Grand Prix.

Going into the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, Carlos Sainz stands at P5 in the WDC Standings at the moment. The Scuderia driver has already scored 53 points with three podiums in the last five races. Will he be able to make his countrymen happy with another podium win, and maybe even a race victory? That remains to be seen.

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