MotoGP Laguna Seca
The biggest event on the 2010 Laguna Seca schedule, the sixth annual Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, is set for July 23rd to 25th and features the illustrious MotoGP World Championship.
My most memorable recent race event was 2008 race when Tom Cruise along with 131,250 fans watched Valentino Rossi score his first victory on American soil.
It was an epic battle between Casey Stoner and Rossi, with many changes of the lead and some very close racing. (See Video)
Rossi sealed his victory with a kiss, parking his bike in Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca’s legendary corkscrew, a series of turns with a 300-foot elevation change and kissing the pavement.
If you’ve been to the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix in years past and at least once cast an envious eye toward the luxury hospitality chalets scattered around the track and wondered, "How do I get in there?"
Well the answer is easy. A limited number of Moto GP VIP passes are available for the Flagroom Hospitality Suite located in Turn 4 of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Each Flagroom ticket includes a general admission ticket, paddock pass, reserved seat for Saturday and Sunday at Turn 4 grandstand, souvenir program, parking pass, and the legendary Flagroom hospitality area that includes breakfast and lunch buffet and complimentary beverages.
If you would rather be near the front straight, the Laguna Club with turn 11 grandstand seating may be the perfect spot to experience the bikes in the fastest part of the track.
But you need to act now before the few remaining spaces are snapped up! MotoGP Ticket Packages Here