MotoGP™ Race Weekend in Catalunya with Paddock Passes and Podium Ceremony
Be the lucky winner of an amazing MotoGP™ race weekend and get to experience your passion from the very heart of the action at Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya, Spain (09 June - 11 June 2017).
The winning bidder and their guest will have access to the paddock for the duration of the race weekend and will get to enjoy the experience of being Pole Position club members for the weekend. As an honorary member, you can enjoy the hospitality of SAG Racing, including dinner on Thursday night. You'll learn more about the paddock and the team with a guided tour from Pole Position Travel, giving you the opportunity to look behind the scenes of MotoGP™ and see the current riders up close as they prepare for the race weekend ahead.
The passes allow access to the working area of the paddock at all times (excluding restricted areas i.e. team garages, pit lane and team hospitalities other than SAG Racing).
You will also have an exclusive access to the podium area where you can see your race winners from all three classes stand on the top step. A Two Wheels for Life representative will accompany you to the podium ceremony area.
Additional lot details:
General viewing areas are accessible; if grandstand viewing is preferred, this MUST be purchased from the circuit.
Passes will be available for collection from the circuit.
Hospitality includes lunch and light refreshments throughout the weekend and dinner on Thursday evening.
Two Wheels for Life holds fundraising events around the world to help raise money for programmes that enable healthcare to reach rural communities in Africa with reliable transport systems. Our aim is to raise funds worldwide with help and support from the motorcycle community through fundraising events during the motorcycling calendar. We are the official charity of the FIM and MotoGP™, and with their support we are able to run unique events and give motor racing fans access to exclusive experiences and unique moto-memorabilia. The projects supported mean that health workers can reach the most isolated people with the health care they so desperately need.