Donington release 10,000 MotoGP tickets at early bird prices

Author: Bike Social Sports Reporter Posted: 04 Sep 2014

Marquez won this year's British GP

Just two days after announcing they’d play host to the 2015 British Grand Prix Donington Park have released early bird tickets for the event.

The tickets go on sale today and start at £75 for the weekend, the same price Silverstone charged for their early bird deals for 2014. Donington will charge a £15 fee for weekend parking on site, or £10 for parking off-site at a location within walking distance to the venue. Camping costs £45.

The event’s date is yet to be confirmed but Donington say it will definitely take place in either July or August of 2015. The British Grand Prix used to take place in June before being moved to the end of August in 2013 with the hope of improved weather.

Donington is hosting the 2015 MotoGP on behalf of the Circuit of Wales, which recently secured the rights to hold the British MotoGP for the next five, possibly ten, years but as of yet has no venue built.

Just 10,000 early bird tickets will be sold and they’ll only be on sale until the end of September at the following prices:

  • Full Weekend Early Bird Admission Ticket (including Friday) - £75.00
  • 2,000 on-site Early Bird Car Parking - £15.00
  • Off Site Early Bird Car Parking - £10.00 
  • Motorcycle Parking – FREE
  • Full Weekend Camping - Early Bird - £45.00 (with FREE Parking)

Read an exclusive interview with Christopher Tate, the Managing Director of Donington Park here.  

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