MotoGP: Day of Champions tickets go on sale
Tickets for this year’s Day of Champions event at the British Grand Prix will go on sale this Tuesday at 10am, giving fans the chance to get up close and personal with the stars of MotoGP while raising money for charity in the process on the 24th August.
The full day of activities on the Thursday before the British Grand Prix includes live music, stunt shows, interviews with the stars of the sport and of course the famous auction, where you’ve got a chance to bid on ultra-exclusive merchandise that’s not available anywhere else.
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General admission tickets cost only £15, while premium access that also gives entry to the paddock and pit lane is £50, with limited availability on the chance to bump into the top names of the sport as you get exclusive access at the Northamptonshire circuit. There’s also a £70 option to join the ride-in for the day, complete with the chance for two laps of the track.
All money raised goes to supporting the work of Riders for Health, MotoGP’s official charity, who provide motorcycles to medics across Africa to bring medical treatment to people in rural and deprived communities.