Apr 17, 2013
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From a press release
issued by Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
Act Now to Get Your Very Own MotoGP™ VIP Experience
Flagroom, Laguna Club, Paddock and Turn 2 Suites Selling Fast
MONTEREY, Calif. – As MotoGP™ prepares for the second race of the 2013 season, motorcycle racing fans are snatching up the limited number of hospitality and VIP suites in anticipation of the return of their favorite riders to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, featuring the MotoGP™ World Championship roars back onto the Monterey Peninsula July 19-21, 2013, bringing with it fans from around the globe.
MotoGP™ is the world’s premier motorcycling championship, with a 2013 season of 18 Grand Prix race weekends in 13 countries bringing together the world’s top motorcycle manufacturers like Yamaha, Honda and Ducati - plus an elite list of riders from every corner of the globe. No other road course in the United States tests these world champion riders with such a dynamic, heart pounding combination of 11 turns and dramatic elevation changes.
Hospitality and VIP suite options include Flagroom, Laguna Club, Paddock Suites at Turn 3 and Turn 4 and Turn 2 Suites. All include three-day general admission and paddock pass, seating, motorcycle or auto parking, souvenir program, breakfast, lunch and beverages on Saturday and Sunday. Pricing starts at $365 per person for a true VIP experience at Mazda Raceway. Additionally, an abundance of fan activities for all ages complement these great hospitality options, from live music, the bustling Yamaha Marketplace, stunt-riding exhibitions to pit lane walks.
The Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix is three days of adrenalin rushes and heart-pounding racing as the world’s best motorcycle riders challenge one of the most technically-demanding race tracks on the schedule. This season sees nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi and reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, former rivals, back together with Yamaha Factory Racing and likely challenged by perennial contender Dani Pedrosa of Repsol Honda and his young rookie teammate Marc Marquez, who has been touted as the future of MotoGP™.
Other Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix options include advance purchase general admission starting at $40, and three-day general admission pass for only $90. Children 12 and under are free for general admission with a paying adult. Three-day motorcycle parking is $50.
For more information visit MazdaRaceway.com or call 800-327-7322.