A late change in government restrictions means spectators can now attend next weekend’s second South Island Endurance round at Levels Raceway.
Unlike last weekend’s opener at Highlands, there is no spectator limit for the Timaru round.
But anyone attending the race must scan the NZ Covid Tracer QR code and maintain one metre of social distancing where possible.
It is recommended to wear face coverings, though not compulsory.
Levels Raceway is excited about the recent developments; it was only this week they announced that no fans would be allowed into the venue.
The circuit is hoping for a big crowd in the first open event of the season.
Unfortunately, it is likely the teams and cars stuck in Auckland that missed the opening race will also skip round two.
But the Nissan GT-R driven by Anthony Leighs and Tom Alexander, which didn’t compete at Highlands, was out testing at Levels today and expected to line-up for the three-hour race.