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All engines go for the 2017 MotoGP World Championship in Qatar!
(Photo credit: Courtesy of Losail International Circuit)
By Rumana Shaikh
The Grand Prix of Qatar is the opening round for the 2017 MotoGP World Championship and is taking place this weekend at the Losail International Circuit. It starts on Thursday March 23,2017 and will continue until Sunday, March 26.
Tickets can be bought at Q-Tickets, from Virgin Megastore in-store or online, and at the Losail Circuit Sports Club during the week of the event. There are three types of tickets with prices ranging from QR 200 to QR 3,250.
With the QR 200 Grandstand ticket, you’ll be able to view all the action live on three giant screens. There will also be a fan-zone filled with activities and entertainment for you and your families. This includes a free Go-Karting track, traditional activities such as camel-riding, falcons, Arabic coffee-making, and a lot more exciting stuff! Children under 11 years-old are allowed free access and will be able to enjoy the kids zone with inflatable bouncy castles. There will also be a food court with a variety of choices such as Shake Shack, Nando’s, Amazing Waffles Café and Popcorn Girl.
With tickets to the VIP Village (QR 2,550 for Saturday and QR 3,250 for Saturday and Sunday), you can receive a tour of the paddock area, a gourmet dinner, soft drinks, and access to the coffee bar and the VIP Grandstand, as well as privileged parking, and a service road tour. Children over two years-old require a pass.
The third type of ticket, the Losail VIP Club ticket is a four-day pass, sold for QR 2,500. It includes paddock access, live action all weekend, large screens, music, appetizers and soft drinks all day, and exclusive parking close to the tent.
Head on over to Losail International Circuit with your families this weekend and partake in the fun and games in store for you at the one and only 2017 MotoGP World Championship!