The Misano World Circuit Offers 2-in-1 Superbike and MotoGP Tickets

Attending the 2016 WSBK and MotoGP San Marino rounds at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli is once more possible with a single ticket, as the management of the venue and Dorna agreed to extend last year's offer.
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In times of crisis, special offers and killer bargains are the only things that can still make people spend money, and this goes for motorcycle road racing, as well. MotoGP and World Superbike may be the highest-ranking motorcycle racing events in the world, but this doesn't mean they're not having a hard time now and then, from a financial standpoint.

Dorna Sports, the rights holder for both MotoGP and the World Superbike series, and the management of the Misano Circuit in San Marino reached an agreement for extending the offer made for last year's races. WSBK and MotoGP fans will be able to gain access to both events with the same ticket, for the price of only one race.

This means that those who plan to watch the Misano World Superbike races on June 19 and the MotoGP races on September 11 will only have to pay the price of a single ticket. The special offer yielded excellent results last year, as Dorna and Misano officials declared.

Admission costs remained unchanged since 2007

Ticket prices at the races on the Misano World Circuit remained unchanged since 2007, the same officials say, according to insella. "Last year, the formula has been very successful and we now can confirm the same offer for 2016, at the same price. The cost of tickets will remain the same, as it has been since 2007. Only in Misano you can see two live events such as SBK and MotoGP associating them with one convenient ticket," Andrea Albani, Misano World Circuit manager, says.

With the success of last year's promotion, it appears this is a recipe that really works for Misano, and we would not be surprised to see other venues that host both MotoGP and WSBK picking up the idea.

The combined WSBK and MotoGP ticket offers general access to the circuit on race Sundays for the price of only €90, which is the equivalent of $97, a true bargain. However, if you want to benefit from this offer, you should be quick and get your tickets before February 20, from Ticket One.
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