Motorcycle Racing News 2011 Phillip Island Superbike: VIP Tickets

2011 Phillip Island Superbike: VIP Tickets

2011 Australia WSBK Tickets

As the world’s finest Superbike riders converge on Australia’s Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, fans can enjoy all the action up close and in style with limited tickets to the exclusive Honda VIP Hospitality marquee now on sale.

Offering sweeping views of the circuit and a super screen to catch all the World Superbike action, the Honda VIP Hospitality package includes premier grandstand seating along the world famous Gardner Straight, plus all the comfort and convenience of a fully-catered marquee.

A must for Honda race fans, VIP guests will also have the exclusive chance to meet the Honda riders and gain a unique insight into the exciting season-opening World Superbike event.

In addition, fans can take part in Saturday’s VIP Pit Walk for a special glimpse into the World Superbike team garages with a chance to see some of the world’s fastest two-wheel machines and riders up close and personal.

The Honda VIP marquee itself will be fully-catered with hot lunches, morning and afternoon tea and continuous soft drinks. A cash bar is also available.

To ensure World Superbike fans won’t miss a moment of the action the marquee will be equipped with television monitors to bring the racing indoors, the grassed trackside viewing area in front of the Honda VIP Hospitality features garden tables and chairs, while the superbly positioned grandstand provides an elevated vantage point for an unsurpassed view of the Phillip Island track.

For those wanting to ride their own motorcycles to the World Superbike event, a reserved motorcycle parking area is situated behind the marquee. The marquee will feature a cloak room to store bags, riders’ helmets and jackets.

On arrival, VIP guests will also receive an event programme and a souvenir Honda gift.
With limited space available, this is a strictly limited ticket special and Honda fans are encouraged to book now to avoid disappointment.

For a limited time, special packages are priced at $555 per person for three days. The final closing date for ticket orders is Friday, Feb. 11, 2011.

To purchase tickets for the 2011 Australian World Superbike event on Feb. 25-27, 2011 visit:

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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