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Marlboro Grand Prix of Valencia set to take place in front of a sell-out crowd

Marlboro Grand Prix of Valencia set to take place in front of a sell-out crowd

Marlboro Grand Prix of Valencia set to take place in front of a sell-out crowd

Just six days until the Marlboro Grand Prix of Valencia and 95% of the tickets for the final GP of the season have already been sold. Since the start of June the third Spanish venue to host a World Championship race this season have despatched 94.4% of their allocation. For this reason the circuit organisers believe Valencia will hold a full house by the time the races get underway on Sunday.

A hefty percentage of the tickets are for the East stand, which is now totally sold out, as well as the West and North arenas, that have only a few hundred seats remaining. The Red area, the cheapest of the spectator zones still has 20% of its capacity free while a little more than a thousand box seats are available.

"With these details we are pretty much sure of being full for Sunday; selling the tickets from an early date has worked very well and for the second year the circuit entertains the last race of the season with full crowds," explained the general manager of the circuit, José María Oltra.

"The Marlboro Grand Prix of Valencia begins on Wednesday with the third charity golf tournament. On Thursday is the Day of the Champions, where all the fans can get close to the stars of the Championship, and Friday the track action kicks off. We have turned the Grand Prix into a whole week of activities and the fans are obviously a big part of the proceedings," added Oltra.

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MotoGP, 2003

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