MotoGP India: 30 thousand tickets sold in just three days, read full details of the event
MotoGP is scheduled to be held in India from September 22 to 24 at the Buddh International Circuit and preparations are going on in full swing. Its ticket booking has started, on last Friday the first ticket was handed over to UP CM Yogi Adityanath.
So far more than 30 thousand tickets have been sold. It is being organized by Fairstreet Sports and the company has informed that the event has sold over 30,000 tickets in just three days. Several types of tickets are available for this event.
Pushkar Nath Srivastava, Chief Operating Officer, Fairstreet Sports said that with this event, it will be the fifth stadium in the world to have the capability to host Formula One and MotoGP races.
Srivastava said that the cost of building a new track in India would have been high and the race could have been delayed for a few more years, but Fairstreet talked to the FIA and FIM and got them approved for MotoGP.
Additional gravel run-off areas and additional safety barriers for the safety of bikers will be added at some corners for the MotoGP event. Curbs will be added or removed at some corners, and fencing will be retracted at some corners.
This MotoGP event will generate economic activity of about Rs 1000 crore and generate about 5000 jobs. A revenue of Rs 100 crore will be generated from the sale of tickets, the total seating capacity of the stadium is 1.06 lakh.
The ticket prices have also been kept accordingly, starting from Rs 800 to Rs 40,000 for around 1 lakh seats. MotoGP India price starts at Rs.800. The main grandstand ticket price ranges from Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000.
Whereas the Platinum Corporate Box costs Rs 40,000. Such a cost will enable the organizers to offer the experience of this exclusive event to a wide range of customers. Talking about viewership, India is going to be an ideal destination for this event.
MotoGP enthusiasts in India will see Ducati’s Francisco, Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez, Prima Pramac’s George Martin, Mooney VR46’s Marko Bejecki, Redbull KTM’s Jack Miller and many more are sure to entertain.
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MotoGP India sold 30,000 tickets in 3 days
Story First Published: Friday, June 30, 2023 17:30 [IST]