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MotoGP Aragon | Pole Position Travel

MotoGP Travel

With the cancelation of Hungary round, Pole Position Travel has set-up new packages for the Motorland Aragon ‘substitute’ MotoGP motorcycle racing event.

This will be a truly unique event as a one-off; and the venue looks amazing – a newly constructed ‘City of Motors’ with several circuits, karting, museums and much more. All surrounded by enchanting castles.

Last year in anticipation of this possibility, Pole Position MotoGP Travel reserved a number of rooms in the top hotel in the region – the incredible Parador de Alcaniz, a 12th century hilltop castle just 6 km from the motorcycle racetrack. I was at the Parador de Alcaniz back in 2005 and for an American it was simple gallant.

Pole Position is offering an all-inclusive package with Friday opening reception and guest speaker, Saturday dinner in town (or alternative VIP dinner inside the paddock with Team Gresini), Sunday closing party. They will also include all tickets and VIP Village; as well as Team Experience packages.

The MotoGP Travel package includes:
* 3 (or more) nights B&B
* Thursday ‘happy hour’ for early arrivals
* Friday opening party (drinks, dinner, special guest speaker)
* Saturday night dinner (optionally in the MotoGP paddock)
* Sunday night closing party
* Track transfers Saturday and Sunday (optionally on Friday)
* Dedicated guide throughout, including at least one Spanish speaker
* Special Aragon MotoGP merchandise

The cost is for the trip is 845 Euros or 1,125 USD, without air-tickets, per person based on 2 sharing for a double/twin room. Pole Position also has a few split-level suites available.

They expect grandstand tickets to be similar to other Spanish events (guessing around 120 EUR) and VIP Village is 915 Euros / 1,215 USD (all at today’s exchange rates, prices are fixed in EUR) Airport pickups and other private transfers can be arranged.

As a number of places are already held by those formerly booked for Hungary, so the space limited.

More info and booking is available at

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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