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68th Macau Grand Prix Family Carnival Online Reservations to Open Soon

Enabling both residents and visitors to experience all the excitement of the city’s upcoming annual motorsport extravaganza, the 68th Macau Grand Prix Family Carnival will be held at Tap Seac Square on the weekend of November 6th and 7th.

Entry to this year's event will be via online appointment, with a number of timeslots available throughout the weekend, each limited to 400 persons per slot.

The 68th Macau Grand Prix itself will be held from November 19th to 21st this year. This year’s race programme includes: the SJM Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix; Sands China Macau GT Cup; Galaxy Entertainment Macau Guia Race; Melco Macau Touring Car Cup; MGM Greater Bay Area GT Cup; and Wynn Porsche Carrera Cup Challenge. Tickets are now on sale, and special discounts are available.

The 68th Macau Grand Prix Family Carnival is being organized by the Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) to promote this year’s event and to enable residents and visitors to enjoy the atmosphere during the build-up.

The concept of the Carnival sees the Guia Circuit recreated in Tap Seac Square, complete with a mini racing track and interactive games designed for the whole family. Children participating in the event can become junior racers and track officials, and get to know all about racing cars. Visitors will learn about different aspects of motorsport and have the opportunity to obtain Grand Prix souvenirs.

In order to better arrange the flow of people, entry to this year’s event will be via online appointment. Daily entry will be divided into different time slots, with three times slots on Saturday, November 6th: 15:00 to 17:00, 17:00 to 19:00 and 19:00 to 21:00. Sunday, November 7th will have five time slots: 10:00 to 12:00, 12:00 to 14:00, 14:00 to 16:00, 16 :00 to 18:00 and 18:00 to 21:00.

Residents and visitors who wish to register online may do so via the Macau Grand Prix Facebook page or WeChat account, by going to the "Macao Major Sporting Events Facebook Page" or the "Macao Major Sporting Events WeChat Account" and log in to the system for registration, from 10am on November 4th to 9pm on November 5th. Each time slot is limited to 400 people. In addition, a small number of places will be available on site to allow people to participate in the event.

Participants should note that each person may book only one slot per day, and a maximum of four people can be registered each time, whom must enter the venue together. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. The registered name and last four identification document digits must be consistent with health code registration information.

The event will be held in strict compliance with the epidemic prevention measures implemented by the health authorities. All participants entering the venue must have their body temperature measured, wear a mask and present the “Macao Health Code”. Cleaning of the venue will be carried out throughout the event to ensure that participants can experience the excitement of the Macau Grand Prix in a safe environment.

In addition to the Macau Grand Prix Family Carnival, the MGPOC will also hold the Grand Prix Opening Ceremony and Auto Show from November 13th to 14th at Tap Seac Square, to enable residents and visitors to see the racing supercars up close. In order to further promote a racing culture and encourage Macao resident participation in different ways, the 68th Macau Grand Prix Photo Contest will be held, and the competition will be open for entries from November 22nd to December 30th.

The MGPOC is committed to successfully hosting the Macau Grand Prix and the surrounding activities. Enhanced by the unique attraction of the event, the Grand Prix’s effectiveness in promoting Macao and promoting tourism will be fully utilized. Hopefully, through the sharing of enjoyment with people from all walks of life, more positive energy will be injected into society, and the resulting effects of the Grand Prix will bring the anticipated social and economic benefits.

In order to ensure the race can be carried out under safe conditions, strict epidemic prevention measures will be implemented during the Grand Prix. The MGPOC will continue to closely monitor the development of the epidemic and make arrangements for epidemic prevention in accordance with the relevant guidelines issued by the Health Bureau.

For details of the event, please visit the official website of the Macau Grand Prix or download the relevant mobile application. You can also follow the Macau Grand Prix’s Facebook, WeChat and Weibo accounts, and the “Macao Major Sporting Events Facebook Special Page" and "Macau Major Sporting Events WeChat Account".