Motorcycle Racing News Pit passes and Flagroom nearly sold-out for Laguna Seca (photos)

Pit passes and Flagroom nearly sold-out for Laguna Seca (photos)

Fans looking for Paddock Passes for unprecedented access at the fifth annual Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca July 3-5, need to act fast as there are less than 200 Paddock Passes left for round 8 of the MotoGP World Championship and a limited number of tickets are available for Flagroom hospitality.

The Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix featuring the prestigious MotoGP World Championship will offer new opportunities to race fans attending the event as they will be able to walk the MotoGP paddock, join a Pit Walk, experience the celebratory spraying of the champagne at the podium ceremony and, a first for MotoGP anywhere, to watch practice and qualifying literally on the front straight in the "Rev Limiter Zone."

To participate in any of these opportunities, fans must have a race ticket and more importantly, a paddock pass. The "Rev Limiter Zone" is available as an up-grade to the paddock pass.

The fans with Flagroom hospitality will be treated to a special visit from the Red Bull MotoGP riders Chris Vermeulen, Andrea Dovizioso and Dani Pedrosa on Saturday afternoon after the MotoGP qualifying. Flagroom hospitality for the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix include a three-day general admission ticket, paddock pass, souvenir program, parking, reserved grandstand seat in Turn 4, hospitality on Saturday and Sunday and closed-circuit TV.

Race tickets, Paddock Passes and Flagroom hospitality are available by calling (800) 327-SECA or logging onto

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