Excitement sweeps the stands at the Valencia MotoGP when motorbikes mounted by world-class riders chase the ultimate prize: the last race of the season.
- When? 10th - 12th November 2017
- Where? Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo, Cheste
- Price: Tickets start at £37
To most of us, going fast on two wheels brings back memories of hurtling downhill on our little push bike when we were 12 years old. But when you attend the last race of the season at the Valencia MotoGP, there's likely to be a little more danger involved than the risk of a nasty graze.
Even if you're not the biggest MotoGP fan, the last race of the year is worth attending just for the electric party atmosphere. The Valencia circuit is fairly small in size and every stand overlooks all parts of the track, so you won't miss any of the action. To some fans, this is the best circuit on the calendar and its position at the very end of the season only increases its appeal. Plus, with a large number of Spaniards taking part in the race, locals are out in full force to support their native riders.
With a grandstand capacity of 150,000, you'd expect tickets are easy to come by, but given the potential importance of the Valencia MotoGP, it's best to get yours early to avoid disappointment. You can attend the whole weekend warming up with the practise and qualifying sessions on the Friday and Saturday before soaking up the buzz of the main event on the Sunday. And for those who only expect fast and furious action, we promise there's not a push bike in sight.
- Get there: The circuit is a 25 minute drive from Valencia and takes around 90 minutes by train.
- Stay: If you are attending all three days of MotoGP, it might be worth staying in nearby Chiva or Cheste, otherwise travel in from Valencia.
Visit the MotoGP website for more information.
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