After successfully holding World Superbike (WSBK) Indonesia, Mandalika will hold a more elite level race, MotoGP 2022.
The 4.3 km track will be used for the official MotoGP test, 11-13 February 2022, after a test session at the Sepang Circuit, Malaysia, 5-6 February.
Fabio Quartararo and his friends returned to Lombok Island, for the real fight, on March 18-20. Indonesia is the second host, after the opening series in Qatar, March 4-6.
Of course, the return of the MotoGP title was greeted with great enthusiasm by lovers of the sport. The good news was conveyed by the promoter, Mandalika Grand Prix Association (MGPA), through his social media account.
Tickets for the four categories are ready for sale in two stages. Starting January 6, 2022, class tickets Premiere Grandstand and Hospitality Suites released.
Category General Admission and Standard Grandstand available from January 11. Tickets are further divided into daily and weekend which prices vary.
Daily pass for General Admission the first day is priced at IDR 115 thousand, the second day IDR 287,500 and during the race IDR 575 thousand. The price is a little cheap if you buy a weekend ticket, Saturday and Sunday, IDR 805 thousand.
Premium Grandstand still divided into two more classes. The daily ticket for Friday (18/3/2022), costs Rp.431,250 and Rp.373,250, on Saturday, Rp.1,150 million and Rp.1,063,750, while Sunday, it is set at Rp.1,725 million and Rp.1,610 million. For weekends, it is set at IDR 2.587 million and IDR 2.3 million.
Grandstan Standard is in the middle between the two categories. Daily pass for the first day, IDR 230 thousand, the second day IDR 747,500 and the third day IDR 1,150 million, while weekend pass IDR 1.725 million.
For the ‘sultans’ available VIP Hospitality Suites with two categories, Premiere Class IDR 15 million and Deluxe Class Rp10 million. This ticket is valid for three days.
The tickets can be purchased on several sales channels which will be announced on January 5th.