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Tickets selling well for the SKYY VODKA Grand Prix of Japan

Tickets selling well for the SKYY VODKA Grand Prix of Japan

Tickets selling well for the SKYY VODKA Grand Prix of Japan

One month ahead of the opening round of the MotoGP World Championship at Suzuka, the Japanese fans are already snapping up tickets for what promises to be an historic occasion. It will be the first race ever to feature a full grid of four-stroke motorcycles and several new manufacturers enter the fray for the first time. All available paddock passes have been distributed and certain sections of the grandstands are sold out – including the Tohru Ukawa supporters area and two zones reserved exclusively for Kawasaki and Ducati fans. The areas for both firms, who had 200 and 300 spaces available respectively, sold out .

Tickets went on sale on the 15th February through special agencies, at the circuit ticket office, by telephone and through the circuit website. This year the Suzuka organisers have also offered a special family package for two adults and a child aged 3-17, which includes access to the fairground and car park.

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MotoGP, 2003

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