Don’t miss the chance to get your MotorLand Aragon tickets

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 10:42 GMT

Less than a month to go until the Pirelli Aragon Round

The Northern Spanish circuit of MotorLand Aragon will be the circuit to set the European scene of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, as the series takes to the track for the third round of the season from 13th – 15th April. With the offer of 39.90 euros for one ticket, on sale until 31st March, it’s not an offer to miss out on as you get access to both the grandstands and the paddock with the promise of seeing Spanish stars Jordi Torres (MV Agusta Reparto Corse), Xavi Fores (BARNI Racing Team) and Roman Ramos (Team Kawasaki Go Eleven) in action.

Similar to previous years, MotorLand is offering a special kind of ticket which will offer access to both grandstands and the paddock throughout the weekend. Advanced ticket prices are also staying the same this season, meaning fans can get a ticket for as much as 39.90 euros, or 49.90 euros if purchased after 31st March. On top of this, adults over the age of 65 or under the age of 14 can enter the circuit for free providing they have some ID.

Not only is this exclusive ticket price on offer, but fans have the chance to enter the paddock and see first hand how a working WorldSBK paddock operates. With the chance to see behind the garage doors with the pit walk, fans can take in the atmosphere of the paddock as it heads to Europe for the first time in 2018, and even be in with a chance of meeting your favourite rider. With the world renowned Paddock Show stage set in the paddock, it offers fans the chance to see their favourite riders on stage and be involved with all the action. Also included in the cost of the ticket will be the opportunity to ride your own bike for two controlled laps of the track. Providing you arrive with all the appropriate clothing and fill in the forms before Sunday afternoon, you will be able to take advantage of a once in a life time track ride.

Don’t miss out on this stunning opportunity in what is set to be a sensational WorldSBK round.