Motorcycle lovers must be familiar with the “MotoGP” race. The FIM MotoGP World Championship, commonly called MotoGP, is a motorcycle racing world championship founded in 1949 by the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme). Reportedly, the 2022 MotoGP will be held in March 2022 in Indonesia. Do you want to know more about this world championship? Let’s look at the following XX facts about MotoGP 2022.
1. Time and place
Soon the 2022 MotoGP will be held, precisely on March 18-20, 2022 at Mandalika Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), Indonesia. This event will take place at the Mandalika International Circuit or Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit.
The circuit has a 4.31 km long track with 17 bends located in the Mandalika Special Economic Zone (SEZ), namely Kuta Village, Pujut District, Central Lombok Regency.
2. Ticket prices for watching MotoGP
There are 50,000 seats in the grandstand for a total of 195,700 people. However, the government has set a MotoGP audience quota of 60,000 people. If you want to watch MotoGP on the circuit, you can buy MotoGP tickets online or offline.
Online purchases have been open since January 6, 2022, which you can purchase via Tiket.com, Tiketapasaja.com, DyandraTiket.com, Xplorin, InJourney, and My Pertamina Apps platforms. Meanwhile, for offline purchases through Alfamart, Indomaret, or Angkasa Pura Hotels since January 11, 2022.
There are several categories of tickets with different prices and facilities. Here are the ticket prices
for the 2022 MotoGP:
o General Admission Ticket
o Training session: IDR 115,000
o Qualification session: IDR 287,500
o Race session: IDR 575,000
o two-day ticket package (Saturday and Sunday): IDR 805,000
o Standard Stage
o Training session: IDR 230,000
o Qualification session: IDR 747,500
o Race session: IDR 1.15 million
o 2-day ticket package (Saturday and Sunday): IDR 1,725 million
o Premium Stage
o Training sessions: IDR 373,500 and IDR 431,250
o Qualifying session: IDR1.1 million and IDR1.15 million
o Race session: IDR 1.6 million and IDR 1.7 million
o 2-day ticket package (Saturday and Sunday): IDR 2.4 million and 2.6 million
o VIP Hospitality Suite
o Deluxe Class: IDR 10 million
o Premier Class: IDR 15 million
3. The rules for watching MotoGP
Because the Covid-19 pandemic has not ended, there are some special rules that viewers need to know if they want to watch MotoGP at the Mandalika International Street Circuit, both for domestic viewers from within the country and foreign tourists from abroad.
For domestic viewers (from within the country), there is no need to show the results of the Covid-19 test, but the second or third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine (booster vaccine) must already be present.
Meanwhile, foreign tourists must show a negative PCR test result a maximum of 2×24 hours before departing from the country of origin, then have to do a PCR test again when they arrive in Indonesia without the need for quarantine. But if the results of the PCR test in Indonesia are positive, then foreign tourists must be isolated.
So, are you interested in watching it live at Mandalika Street Circuit? If so, stay disciplined with the
Covid-19 health protocol and take care of your personal belongings, okay?