2011 MotoGP Tickets
As the 2010 MotoGP season comes to a close, Silverstone is already focusing its attentions on delivering another exhilarating AirAsia British Grand Prix on June 10-12 next year.
MotoGP’s highly anticipated return to Silverstone, in June, was a resounding success, praised by riders, fans and media alike, and the Northamptonshire circuit is planning an even bigger two-wheeled festival in 2011.
Tickets for next year’s event have been selling well, and with Silverstone’s MotoGP “Early Bird” offer set to end at 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 22. Fans are being urged to purchase their tickets sooner rather than later, in order to secure tickets at a 20-percent discounted ‘Early Bird’ rate.
In 2011, fans will have a British rider to get behind on the MotoGP grid, as former World Superbike rider Cal Crutchlow steps-up to join the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 team.
Bradley Smith will also be racing at a higher level next season, after securing a ride in the Moto2 class, joining fellow young Brit Scott Redding.
And it’s not just Silverstone gearing up for next year – all three British riders have been testing with their new teams at the official MotoGP test in Valencia, alongside Valentino Rossi and Casey Stoner, who have moved to Ducati and Honda respectively.
MotoGP tickets, booked via silverstone.co.uk before 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 22, are available at ‘early bird’ prices, starting at just £12.80 ($21) for Friday practice. Weekend Tickets, for all three days (Friday 10 June – Sunday 12 June 2011), are available to purchase for as little as £56 ($90).
Pictures show British rider Cal Crutchlow at the recent, post-season MotoGP tests at Valencia.