The Valencia Moto GP is an annual motorcycle race which takes place each November at the Ricardo Tormo circuit 20 kilometres from Valencia. This popular event takes place over a total distance of almost 75 miles and welcomes around 150,000 spectators. One reason why the stadium is so popular is due to the fact that all parts of the circuit can be seen no matter where you’re sitting. If you’re a fan of motorbike racing, come to Valencia to visit the very last race of the season - there’s an inclusive party atmosphere amongst players and spectators alike.
The Valencia Moto Grand Prix takes place at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Cheste, located just outside of Valencia.If you’d like to attend this exciting event, you can buy tickets direct from the track website. Prices vary according to the grandstand colour you choose but range from €45 per ticket up to €165 for a box which affords the best view. There are also discounts available for spectators under the age of 16. If you’re flying in to Spain, you can opt for either Manises Airport in Valencia or L’Altet Airport in Alicante. The majority of visitors coming from Valencia take the Renfe train service on line C-3 which is located close to the circuit in Cheste. Another option is the bus which takes you from Valencia direct to Cheste town centre.
The Valencia Moto Grand Prix is the last race of an 18-circuit season which in 2016 featured four courses in Spain, the other three being in Jerez de la Frontera, Alcañiz and Montmelo in Catalunya. Spain is the most popular host country and is therefore a great place to attend one of the races. Part of the sport’s popularity is due to the success of Spanish riders in recent years - Marc Márquez having been awarded the 2016 title.
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If you’re coming to Valencia for the race, stay a little longer to check out the sights in the surrounding area such as Torres de Serranos, the Church of San Nicolas and the stunning Valencia Cathedral.
To find out more information about the Grand Prix, please head to the official website where you’ll be able to check the 2017 dates as soon as they’re released, see all the results of the 2016 Grand Prix season and buy tickets for the 2017 race.
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