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Do a lap of the Valencia circuit with Alvaro Bautista

Do a lap of the Valencia circuit with Alvaro Bautista, in conjunction with Rizla Suzuki, are offering a very special prize up for grabs at the Riders for Health auction ahead of the Valencia Grand Prix.

Over a decade since the first Day of Champions held at the Valencia GP, the fans area of the Ricardo Tormo circuit will once again be featuring a Riders for Health auction where you can bid on the chance to be a reporter for the day.

As explained by Alvaro Bautista in this video, the winning bidder of this exclusive prize will have the chance to do a lap of the Ricardo Tormo circuit on the back of a Rizla Suzuki scooter ridden by Bautista as the two discuss the features of the track and how the MotoGP rookie will be approaching the various corners in the upcoming race.

The lap track will be filmed after the auction on Thursday 4th November, in either Spanish or English, and later published to the website as a preview of the race weekend.

Also on offer will be various memorabilia and exclusive packages from the Spanish MotoGP riders who will be attending the auction a very special chance to win a passenger ride in the BMW M safety car after Friday’s practices.

General admission to the Day of Champions is 25 Euros and includes a stunt show with Emilio Zamora, a pit-lane walk and access to the auction.

There is also an option for Ride-in and Paddock Tickets, at 130 Euros, giving the opportunity to ride around the circuit on your own bike. This package also includes lunch and pit-lane and paddock tours, as well as access to the auction. Tickets for this are limited and must be reserved beforehand by email to Sam Lyon. This option is also available without the Ride-in for 85 Euros.

Riders for Health is an award-winning social enterprise working to make sure all health workers in Africa have access to reliable transportation so they can reach the most isolated people with regular and predictable health care. For more information about Riders for Health, visit their website


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