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Grand Prix de France offer free entry for under 16s

Grand Prix de France offer free entry for under 16s

Grand Prix de France offer free entry for under 16s

MotoGP fans under the age of 16 will get the chance to see their heroes in action for free this year, after a unique promotion was announced this week by organisers of the Grand Prix de France at Le Mans. Youngsters wanting to visit the Bugatti circuit for the third round of the MotoGP World Championship will be able to do so, accompanied by an adult over the age of 18, on presentation of a valid ID card proving their age.

The free access, which does not include the main grandstand or VIP areas, is extended to all other viewing areas and includes a chance to meet the riders between 18h and 1930h on Friday and Saturday, entry to the concerts and evening bike shows as well as parking and camping space.

Adults wishing to take advantage of the promotion can also enjoy a special offer on three-day passes for the event, which are available for a knockdown price of 54 € (tickets for the Sunday alone cost 48 €). Three day tickets for the main stand, including VIP parking, are available for 150 €, whilst VIP tickets stand at 263 €.

Reservations can be made by telephone (+33 (0) 4 73 91 85 75), fax (+33 (0) 4 73 91 77 84) or through the website: www.gpfrancemoto.com.

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MotoGP, 2004

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