It’s pure, unfiltered adrenaline. From screeching tires to blasting engines, get swept up in this bulldozer of action at Moto GP.
Consider joining us for the British GP at Silverstone. Your heart will vibrate in sync with the motors as riders roar down Hangar Straight, their machines just a blur of colour flashing through the historic circuit. Or how about the Valencia GP, a different beast altogether! The Ricardo Tormo circuit, a modern amphitheatre with premium seating that plunges you right into craziness. Here, the Spanish crowd’s passion swells around you; hear their cheers echoing off the grandstands as the race reaches its climax.
It’s not just about watching a race, it’s about immersing yourself in the spectacle, living each moment alongside the riders. That’s the fire of live MotoGP.
The MotoGP two-wheeled beasts can reach mind-blowing speeds of over 220 mph (354 km/h), leaving the competition in the dust. Imagine accelerating from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in just over two seconds, faster than most sports cars. These bikes are built for speed and performance, featuring advanced aerodynamics and lightweight materials that allow riders to take on the most challenging tracks.
The MotoGP bikes are truly one-of-a-kind, and the price tag to match! These custom-built machines can cost around £2 to £2.5 Million for a factory team bike, and £1 to £1.5 Million for a satellite team bike. These bikes are not just machines, they are works of art, featuring advanced technology and cutting-edge materials that allow them to reach speeds that are out of this world. However, they're not available for purchase by the general public, as they are not street legal. But, if you're lucky enough to see one in action, you'll understand why they are worth every penny.
The length of a MotoGP track varies depending on the circuit. Typically, the length of a MotoGP track is between 2.5 and 5.5 kilometers (1.5 and 3.4 miles). With average race times ranging from 45 minutes to an hour, you'll be on the edge of your seat at the MotoGP as the riders lean into tight turns and push their bikes to the limit in a battle for the podium.