Indonesia’s 2021 MotoGP to offer racing fans pre-booking opportunity in January
The organisers of the 2021 MotoGP have announced they will start offering pre-booking opportunities in January
Indonesia has signed a deal with Dorna to host MotoGP races for five years. The first will be held in 2021 under the organizing of MGPA, a business unit of state-owned ITDC.
During Saturday’s launch, the organizers said they would offer 20,000 pre-booked spots, starting from Jan. 20 until August 2020, for racing fans via motogp.com and Mandalika Grand Prix Association’s (MGPA) official website, mandalikagrandprix.com
"By pre-booking tickets, MotoGP superfans will have the opportunity to choose seats either in grandstand or general admission," CEO of MGPA Ricky Baheramsjah said in a statement. "Nevertheless, we have not decided the ticket price because we’re still discussing it with Dorna. The ticket price will depend on the race day and seating category.
“By pre-booking tickets, MotoGP superfans will have the opportunity to choose seats either in grandstand or general admission."
Key persons attending Saturday’s event included State-Owned Enterprises Minister Erick Thohir, Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama, MotoGP's commercial rights holder Dorna Sport SL (Dorna) sporting director Carlos Ezpeleta, five-time MotoGP champion Michael Doohan of Australia and Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) president director Abdulbar M. Mansoer.
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