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Up Next! 2016 MotoGP™ Calendar: Argentina, Austin and Spain

Victoria Barnett

By Victoria Barnett

March 23, 2016

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The month of April brings a lot of excitement in the MotoGP world. MotoGP heads to Argentina, Austin and Spain all within a few weeks. Each location brings a unique circuit experience – and brings quite the crowd! Read below about the upcoming MotoGP races in April along with information about the different circuits.

Argentina | Apr 2-3

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Gran Premio Motul de la República Argentina
Termas de Rio Honda Circuit

Length: 4.8 km
Corners: 5-9 (left-right)
Width: 16 m.
Longest Straight: 1076 m.
Average Speed: 173.3 km/h
Top Speed: 334.1  km/h
Circuit Record: Valentino Rossi (1’39.019)

Located 6 km from the Province of Santiago del Estero, the Termas de Rio Honda Circuit was built in a 150 hectare area and officially inaugurated in 2008. Following the 2012 season, the circuit underwent a rebuild to improve facilities and make changes to the layout. The new course features an entirely new track surface, new infield loops, a fast 180-degree first turn and modern pit facilities. The redesign met its objectives and standards and was included on the MotoGP calendar for 2013.

MotoGP VIP Village™ Access

Located on the first floor of the Pit Building, the MotoGP VIP Village™ offers our guests a privileged view of the Start/Finish line, Pit Lane and Paddock area. Our guests also have access to a private grandstand.

Inclusions:

  • All-Day Complimentary Cocktail & Coffee Bar
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Gourmet Lunch
  • Afternoon Petit Fours
  • Pit Lane Walk
  • Free Access to the Paddock
  • One Parking Place

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Austin | Apr 8-10

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Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas
Circuit of The Americas

Length: 5.5 km
Corners: 11-9 (left-right)
Width: 15 m.
Longest Straight: 1200 m.
Average Speed: 158.6 km/h
Top Speed: 344. 2 km/h
Circuit Record: Marc Marquez 2’03.575

The Circuit of The Americas is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the United States. Located in Austin, Texas, the circuit is one of the most varied on the GP circuit, with a mix of fast straights and tight hairpins. The circuit features a near 41 m elevation change, and the driving direction is counter clockwise. The 1000-acre facility was completed in late 2012, with MotoGP lining up at the track for the first time in 2013.

MotoGP VIP Village™ Access

Located on the first floor of the Pit Building, the MotoGP VIP Village™ offers our guests a privileged view of the Start/Finish line, Pit Lane and Paddock area. Every suite is adjoined to a private grandstand facing the track.

Inclusions:

  • All-Day Complimentary Cocktail & Coffee Bar
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Gourmet Lunch
  • Afternoon Petit Fours
  • Air Conditioning
  • Pit Lane Walk
  • Free Access to the Paddock
  • One Parking Place
  • Shuttle from the Car Park to MotoGP VIP Village Entrance

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Spain | Apr 23-24

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Gran Premio Red Bull de Espana
Circuito of Jerez

Length: 4.4 km
Corners: 5-8 (left-right)
Width: 11 m.
Longest Straight: 607 m.
Average Speed: 159.3 km/h
Top Speed: 295.9 km/h
Circuit Record: Jorge Lorenzo (1’38.735)

Built in 1986 and set in a slight valley south of Spain, the circuit of Jerez is one of the most popular MotoGP venues. Due to its mild climate and two alternative road circuits, the venue is many times used for testing throughout the year, offering fans a chance to enjoy racing year round. Its numerous grandstands provide viewing facilities for up to 250,000 spectators to take in the beautiful scenery and racing action.

MotoGP VIP Village™ Access

A large, fully-equipped marquee, located on the roof of the Pit Lane building, offers an excellent view of the Start/Finish line, Pit Lane, and rest of the circuit.

Inclusions:

  • Free Wi-Fi Access
  • Open Bar on the Terrace
  • Complimentary Cocktail & Coffee Bar
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Tapas Bar
  • Gourmet Lunch
  • Afternoon Petit Fours
  • Pit Lane Walk
  • Paddock Tour
  • One Parking Place

 

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