MotoGP racing is more than blue jumpsuits, intense competition, and ear-splitting rumbles. It’s also a way to introduce a brand to new audiences while keeping existing fans interested.

Yamaha is returning to provide a world-class experience to its fans at San Marino Grand Prix. And it will fill your appetite for high-speed thrills and spills.


The company has plans to bring its fan interaction to the next level with a new MotoGP season project. The move reflects a desire by Yamaha to take more control over its involvement in GP duties. However, it also signals that Yamaha is looking to become much more active in promoting its racing activities.


To boost its racing efforts, Yamaha has announced it will offer fans the opportunity to purchase a special ticket package for the Misano Grand Prix in 2022. 

The ticket package — exclusive to fans — will include admission to the circuit on race day and a limited edition “Blue Racing Kit” with a Yamaha Racing t-shirt and a branded bag. And this is for Saturday, September 3, 2022, and race day, Sunday, September 4, 2022.


The package includes:

  • Access to the Yamaha Grandstand: Saturday + Sunday season ticket
  • Car/motorcycle parking pass: free and subject to availability
  • Blu Racing KIT: T-shirt, sack backpack and Gift, will be distributed on Sunday morning at the entrance to the grandstand

The cost is:

  • Adult: € 205.00 – Saturday + Sunday season ticket
  • Child 0-12 years: € 10.00 can be combined with an Adult ticket – Saturday + Sunday season ticket

It’s been a dream season for Fabio Quartararo, who currently leads the FIM MotoGP™ Rookie of the Year standings with 180 points. 

The French rider will make a one-off appearance back home at the San Marino GP at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, where Yamaha has announced a unique host of events for the home fans.

Initially created long ago, the track holds a special significance in the hearts of motoring enthusiasts worldwide and has previously been used as a venue for both seasons of the championship.

Source: Yamaha Europe


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