Last Chance to Meet Valentino Rossi at Valencia as a MotoGP VIP

We remind you that you still have three days left to make a donation of at least $5 (€4.4) to MotoGP's charity Riders for Health and thus be entered in a draw whose grand prize is probably the dream of any motorcycle road racing enthusiast.
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The grand prize of the draw is a complete MotoGP experience at the final round of the 2015 championship, Valencia, including two paddock passes for the entire weekend, and grid passes for the race on Sunday. This means you can actually get on the track before the race start and mingle with riders, technicians, and other VIPs that will certainly be at the Spanish track.

The winner will also share hospitality facilities with the MotoGP teams, having lunch in the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP camp and enjoying VIP packs. Two passes for the Yamaha End of Season are also on the menu.

Meeting one of the most iconic riders of modern times, Valentino Rossi

All the above are complementary to the privilege of meeting Valentino Rossi in person at the Valencia GP, 6-8th November, the one thing money can't exactly buy, if you know what we mean. The competition is open worldwide, and the price includes travel and accommodation expenses too.

All the donations will be directed to Riders for Health, MotoGP's charity. Riders for Health is helping health workers in Africa with maintaining their motorcycle fleet and training them. The workers supported by Riders for Health provide health care for more than 21 million people in remote regions of Africa.

Last year's competition raised almost $30,000 (€26,600) and three days before this year's campaign ends, the $50,000 (€44,325) goal was already surpassed by almost $12,000 (€10,600). You still have until the 8th October 2015 to make a donation and test your luck. Entrants in the competition can donate more money and also receive apparel autographed by Valentino Rossi.

To understand better how important the money you donate is, here's a list of what Riders for Health's funds can ensure:

"- £3 could buy a spark plug to keep a motorcycle engine running.
- £10 could buy enough fuel to keep a health worker on the road and reaching their communities for a fortnight.
- £25 could buy a tool kit for a health worker so that they can carry out basic maintenance on their vehicle before every trip.
- £60 could provide a health worker with two-day’s training in road safety and off-road riding skills, keeping them safe when they travel to remote communities
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