MotoGP: Fast, furious, fantastic at Laguna Seca (video)

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MotoGP is motorcycle racing’s most prestigious circuit. It’s still early in the 2013 season, but the series’ annual stop at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca — the halfway point of the season — is just around the next corner.

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In fact, hospitality and VIP suites tickets are now available for the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, featuring the MotoGP World Championship, scheduled July 19-21, at the famed the Monterey Peninsula facility.

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What’s MotoGP all about?

Friend Mike Kahn, owner of the Sacramento internet consulting firm Frog Stone Media, www.frogstonemedia.com, attended the event in 2012 and made the video below.

Riders representing Yamaha, Honda and Ducati, among other manufacturers, will be among the international field this year negotiating the undulating, 11-turn, circuit  at Laguna Seca.

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Yamaha teammates Valentino Rossi, a nine-time world champion, and reigning world titlist Jorge Lorenzo will likely be challenged by Dani Pedrosa of Repsol Honda and his young rookie teammate Marc Marquez.

Hospitality and VIP suite options include Flagroom, Laguna Club, Paddock Suites at Turn 3 and Turn 4 and Turn 2 Suites. All include three-day general admission and paddock pass, seating, motorcycle or auto parking, souvenir program, breakfast, lunch and beverages on Saturday and Sunday. Pricing starts at $365 per person.

Other Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix options include advance purchase general admission starting at $40, and three-day general admission pass for $90. Children 12 and under are free for general admission with a paying adult. Three-day motorcycle parking is $50.

For more information visit call 800-327-7322 or visit www.mazdaraceway.com.

 

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