Traffic limitations, lockdowns on every level and severe measures hindering curious eyes. It is better to stay home and to watch the Hungaroring race on TV.
One of our readers has recently visited the site and provided us with a detailed description of the site located near Mogyoród; and he has sent us some photos as well:
‘Although the ring is to open to persons and logistics only tomorrow, there is intense movement this afternoon, indicating that something is about to happen; security is everywhere. There is no exaggeration when I say that they look through every window, at every possible access and they are at every easy access point.
Wherever I look I see only ribbons along the fences. Close to the ring and at the main entrance half the road is locked. The dynamic logistics is followed by a few people at a gas station. One of them is dressed like Mick Schumacher, thereby reminding us pf the Formula-1 Hungarian Grand Prix to occur in the weekend. What can I say? It is a pretty depressing sight…’ – informed us Simon Krisztián.
We are well aware of the fact that it is not easy, after all we all would like to see or to meet our favorites – even if for a short moment. However, in order to avoid any unpleasant event, we recommend, that unless you are crazy Mark Verstappen fans, you do not engage into spying activities near the site located close to Mogyoród.
We’ll live and hopefully everything will get back on track and we will be able to celebrate again, together!
Photo: Simon Krisztián / We Love Budapest
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