Motorcycle Racing News 2010 Indianapolis MotoGP tickets on sale

2010 Indianapolis MotoGP tickets on sale

Indy MotoGP Tickets

Tickets for the 2010 Red Bull Indianapolis GP go on sale Monday, Nov. 16, with a new structure that offers additional value and flexibility to fans attending the annual MotoGP event Aug. 27-29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Seven-time MotoGP World Champion and 2008 Red Bull Indianapolis MotoGP winner Valentino Rossi will lead a talented cast of riders that includes 2009 Indy winner Jorge Lorenzo, Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa and Americans Colin Edwards, Nicky Hayden and Ben Spies. Racing also will take place in the 125cc and Moto2 classes, creating three full days of on-track action. 

Among the highlights of the new Indy MotoGP ticket structure are lower prices and single-day reserved and general admission tickets for Race Day, Sunday, Aug. 29.

"This ticket plan will provide more opportunities for fans to attend this event and enjoy the exciting action and charismatic riders of MotoGP," said Jeff Belskus, Indianapolis Motor Speedway president and chief executive officer. "This new pricing and availability structure is based upon direct feedback we have received over the last two years from fans."

Lower prices for three-day reserved Indy MotoGP tickets will be featured in eight seating areas, with reductions of $10-25 per ticket. A three-day reserved seat ticket is good for full general admission access Friday and Saturday and provides a reserved seat for Race Day. A three-day general admission Indy MotoGP ticket also will feature a $15 price drop, from $75 to $60.

Race Day reserved Indy MotoGP tickets will range from $70-130, with Race Day general admission tickets $40. General admission tickets for Friday and Saturday will be $10 and $20, respectively.

In addition to new lower prices for most Indy MotoGP tickets, fans buying Reserved Race Day tickets, either single day reserved or three-day reserved, will get an additional $5 off each ticket if purchased before Dec. 31, 2009.

There are three methods to purchase Indy MotoGP tickets:

>> Online: Visit the Tickets section of www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com.

>> Phone: Call the IMS ticket office at (317) 492-6700, or (800) 822-INDY outside the Indianapolis area.

>> In person: Visit the ticket office at the IMS Administration Building at the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street.

Online orders can be made at any time. Hours for phone orders and the ticket office are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ET) Monday-Friday. Tickets for groups of 20 or more also are on sale. Contact the IMS Group Sales Department at (866) 221-8775 for more information.


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