Motorcycle Racing News MotoGP: Indy Red Bull GP Ticket Info

MotoGP: Indy Red Bull GP Ticket Info

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway fans and families have easier access than ever to the Red Bull Indianapolis GP MotoGP event – the most prestigious motorcycle racing in the world – thanks to two new programs announced by IMS: print-at-home reserved seat and Race Day general admission tickets and children age 12 and younger admitted free with the purchase of an adult general admission ticket.

With the 2010 Red Bull Indianapolis GP ticket-pricing format announced almost a year ago, which features three-day and Race Day-only ticket options, the MotoGP World Championship’s annual stop at “The Racing Capital of the World” on Aug. 27-29 is a better value than ever.

Similar to the general admission ticket package offered at the Brickyard 400 NASCAR race in July, any adult who purchases a general admission ticket for Red Bull Indianapolis GP activities – whether a $10 Practice Day (Aug. 27), $20 Qualification Day (Aug. 28), $40 Race Day (Aug. 29) or $60 Three-Day General Admission Ticket – can bring all children in the family ages 12 and younger in free.

All customers, regardless of age, who wish to sit in the reserved seat sections must purchase a ticket.

Fans can now print their Red Bull Indianapolis GP tickets – three-day reserved seat and Race Day-only general admission and reserved seat tickets – with their printer after ordering tickets online at imstix.com. Simply order tickets and follow the instructions contained in the ticket-ordering process.

Jeff Belskus (IMS CEO) says: “Key goals for all of our 2010 world-class events have been to make our races not just more affordable, but more accessible for our fans. We strive for greater customer enjoyment and satisfaction each day. We hope better pricing for families and immediate ticket fulfillment with print-at-home tickets will make the Red Bull Indianapolis GP even more attractive for fans.”

The 2010 MotoGP World Championship is full of great storylines as the Red Bull Indianapolis GP approaches. American riders Ben Spies and Nicky Hayden are both enjoying successful years on their Yamaha and Ducati motorcycles, respectively, while nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi has made a rapid recovery from a severe leg injury and will compete at IMS.

Points leader and defending Red Bull Indianapolis GP race winner Jorge Lorenzo has made an art of post-race winners’ celebrations during 2010, with stunts ranging from diving into a lake, to mimicking the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper” album cover and the first landing on the moon.

More two-wheel, 200-mph MotoGP excitement and entertainment await fans at Indianapolis.

Indy USGP Tickets: Tickets for the 2010 Red Bull Indianapolis GP are on sale now. A new structure offers additional value and flexibility to fans attending the annual MotoGP event.

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

Fans can order tickets online at imstix.com, call the IMS ticket office at (317) 492-6700, or (800) 822-INDY outside the Indianapolis area or 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.

General admission tickets provide access to the grounds, viewing mounds along the infield section of the circuit and selected grandstands, which provide excellent angles to see the greatest riders in the world.

Tickets for groups of 20 or more also are on sale. Contact the IMS Group Sales Department at (866) 221-8775 for more information.

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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