Motorcycle Racing News AMA members get your exclusive Indianapolis MotoGP ticket deal

AMA members get your exclusive Indianapolis MotoGP ticket deal

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that AMA members can now purchase an exclusive ticket package from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 2009 Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend, scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 28-30, in Indianapolis.

The offer allows AMA members to purchase a ticket package valued at $115 for only $75. The package includes: a three-day general admission ticket; Indianapolis Motor Speedway souvenirs; a 10 percent-off coupon for Speedway merchandise; a free parade lap on the MotoGP course (if you bring your personal motorcycle); and a free three-day VIP motorcycle parking pass (if you bring your personal motorcycle).

"The MotoGP World Championships feature the most talented racers and the most exotic motorcycle road-racing equipment in existence," said Jim Moore, AMA director of business development. "This special pricing package represents a great opportunity for AMA members to see their racing heroes on these marvelous machines, up close and personal."

"AMA members represent the backbone of motorcycle enthusiasts in the United States," said Indianapolis Motor Speedway VP of Marketing Chris Schwartz. "The Speedway staff is excited to make this offer to AMA members. It’s a rare opportunity for motorcycle fans to see the world’s best riders in the 125, 250 and MotoGP classes."

The special pricing is effective immediately using an exclusive promo code available in the Members Area of www.AmericanMotorcyclist.com. AMA members can order their tickets by calling (866) 221-8775.

The Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend will feature American riders in all three World Championship classes. Nicky Hayden, the 2006 MotoGP Champion, and Colin Edwards will represent the United States in the premier MotoGP class, while Stevie Bonsey will contest the 250cc class and Cameron Beaubier will ride as a rookie in 125cc.


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