MotoGP US Grand Prix Tickets
Event: MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas
Location: Circuit of the Americas, Austin, TX
Length of Track: 5.5 kilometers, 3.43 miles
Length of Race: 110.3 kilometers, 68.6 miles
Date: For 2020, April 3-5
MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas TicketsMotoGP is the oldest World Championship series for motorsports with its first competition held in 1949. There have been many legendary racers on the MotoGP circuit, with champions hailing from all over the world. MotoGP is today defined by bikes with four-stroke engines and a maximum capacity of 1000cc. The MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas is an exciting annual celebration of the sport of MotoGP and it attracts the best riders from around the world. The Circuit of the Americas is the only North American race on the MotoGP World Championship circuit, and the contestants and their fans look forward every year to attending these races at this excitingly designed track with its varied mix of turns and straights designed by Hermann Tilke. Fans can enjoy a full three-day racing extravaganza at the racetrack or choose to attend any of the practice, qualifying and championship races. Whatever your choice, you can grab all your MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas tickets at StubHub today!
Where is the MotoGP Grand Prix held?The MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas championship races are currently carried out at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Previous MotoGP Grand Prix races in the US were held twice at Daytona in the 1960s. Then, they were held at the Laguna Seca track in California in the 1980s and 1990s and then after 2004. Indianapolis joined the MotoGP circuit in 2008 and the newly built Circuit of the Americas hosted its first MotoGP Grand Prix in 2013 in Austin, with three MotoGP Grand Prix races held now in North America. By 2016, the Circuit of the Americas became the sole venue for the North American MotoGP Grand Prix series.
What is the Circuit of the Americas racetrack like?The Circuit of the Americas racetrack in Austin, Texas, is the first track in the US that is expressly designed and built to host Grand Prix events. It has a 5.513-kilometer track and a facility capacity for 120,000 people. The track was constructed in 2012 and designed by Hermann Tilke, a well-known German architect. The track has an amazing 20 turns, 11 of which are left turns and nine of which are right turns. Another unique feature is the 41-meter elevation and subsequent incline at the end of the home-straight. Many of the sections were conceived to be mirrors of famous racetracks around the world. Racers speed counter-clockwise around the track for 20 laps in the MotoGP Grand Prix.
Who are some notable champions of the MotoGP Grand Prix?Many famous racers from all over the world have competed at North American MotoGP Grand Prix championships over the years. Kenny Roberts, Freddie Spencer, Valentino Rossi, Eddie Lawson, Marc Márquez, Wayne Rainey and Kevin Schwantz are just some of the world-class competitors who have made their mark in MotoGP in the US.
What are the entry requirements for the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas?There are three classes of MotoGP races held at the MotoGP Grand Prix. They are MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. Moto3 bikes are defined as having a 4-stroke, 250cc single-cylinder engine. The maximum age for Moto3 is 28 and the minimum is 16. The Junior World champion entrant can be younger. Moto2 bikes are defined as having a 4-stroke, 600cc cylinder engine, and the minimum age is 16. MotoGP bikes have a maximum engine capacity of 1000cc for four-stroke engines, and the minimum age is 18.
What types of tickets are available for the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas?You can purchase either three-day packages or single event tickets. Within these categories, attendees can choose from premium deals like VIP packages that come with dining and other premium options, grandstand, bleacher and large seating. There are also special "fan zone" sections. MotoGP US Grand Prix tickets and more are available at StubHub!
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.