Strictly limited Yamaha MotoGP Hospitality available now


Yamaha have announced their Hospitality, with the Stars Dinner already sold out, so don’t miss your chance to join Yamaha as a VIP guest at the 2018 Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island from 26 to 28 October.

Yamaha MotoGP VIP Hospitality is now available
Yamaha MotoGP VIP Hospitality is now available for the Australian MotoGP round at Phillip Island

Situated trackside along Gardner straight, Yamaha’s VIP hospitality suite offers amazing views of three days of racing and includes buffet catering with private cash bar, barista, grandstand seating, pitlane walks and much more.

VIP Hospitality Inclusions

  • Three days circuit and VIP access to Yamaha’s corporate suite
  • Three days buffet catering, soft drinks included
  • Private cash bar facility
  • Barista coffee facility
  • Trackside plus grandstand seating
  • Indoor seating with lounge area
  • Daily pitlane walks
  • Exclusive Yamaha gift pack and official programme
  • 1 car or 2 motorcycle passes for every 4 tickets booked
  • Adult Price – $1045.00
  • Child Price (U/12) – $600.00
Get the chance to meet Vinales and Rossi at this year's Australian MotoGP with the Yamaha VIP Hospitality package
Get the chance to see Vinales and Rossi in this pits at this year’s Australian MotoGP with the Yamaha VIP Hospitality package

 

Ticket numbers are strictly limited and are allocated on first in basis. You can find the booking form on the Yamaha Motor Australia website (click for link) – or phone 1300 79 69 79 to secure your booking.

Note: All prices quoted are in Australian dollars. *Rider appearances subject to timing and availability.

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