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Circuit requests that ticket-less fans stay away

Circuit requests that ticket-less fans stay away

Circuit requests that ticket-less fans stay away

The organisers of this weekend's Gran Premio bwin.com de la Comunitat Valenciana are asking fans without tickets to stay away from this weekend's race, in order that they can enjoy the race in the comfort of their own homes and prevent a logistical nightmare at the Spanish track.

On June 1st, the Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo put tickets on sale for this weekend's race, and in just three months all seating was sold out. The installation of the MVA Grandstand was then given the all-clear, adding 7,500 extra places which were also snapped up in a matter of days.

A predicted 125,000 spectators will be in attendance for the thrilling climax of the 2006 season on Sunday, and due to the capacity of the parking areas and the needs of the organisation those unable to purchase tickets are requested not to attend the event. Eduardo Nogues, Director General of the Circuit, stated that "It has been made necessary to ask that all spectators without tickets refrain from coming to the track, to ensure ease of access for those who have purchased theirs enough in advance."

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MotoGP, 2006, GRAN PREMIO bwin.com DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA

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