Titanic battles and Thailand just go hand-in-hand!

Buriram has seen season-best attendances on both our previous visits, and it's set to be another cracking weekend of action in 2022

It’s been three years since we last visited Buriram, but if our last two visits to the circuit are anything to go by, it is going to be simply unmissable. In what will be the third instalment of the Thai GP, it’s set up to be a cracking event which will once again have huge ramifications in the 2022 World Championship title.

On our most recent visit to Chang International Circuit in 2019, Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) sealed his eighth world title with victory, but only after a sensational last lap battle with a then-rookie Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™). That epic fight was the icing on the cake of a brilliant weekend in Thailand, which the 226,000 fans in attendance, the largest that season, can attest to.

The year previous also saw a season-best crowd at the first-ever Thai GP, and it was another cracker! Fans once again flocked to the circuit, over 220,000, where they saw the showpiece event go to the final corner. This time Marquez pipped Andrea Dovizioso to victory, a crucial win that set the Honda ace up to take home his seventh World Championship crown.

This time around Marquez isn’t part of the title fight, but he will no doubt be out to defend his perfect record at the track. At the business end of the Championship standings, Quartararo still holds the advantage, but you can be sure that Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) and Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) will be out to right the wrongs of Japan.

There are only a few days to go, but you can still get your tickets for the weekend on site at Chang International Circuit!

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