For the most ardent motorsport fans, MotoGP VIP Village is the ultimate way to experience premier motorcycle racing. The official premium hospitality offering, VIP Village puts fans at the heart of the MotoGP paddock offering exclusive experiences to elevate your race weekend.
From laps of the circuit, fine dining, and the best vantage points of the race, VIP Village sets up at every race on the MotoGP calendar ensuring the highest of standards for fans across the globe.
MotoGP VIP Village in 2023 explained
What’s included in the packages?
The ultimate draw of these packages is the access VIP Village allows. Passholders are given a 30-minute guided tour of the paddock, as well as access to the pit lane walk where they will see the bikes prepared for action.
During the sessions, fans will have the best view of the race with the exclusive locations available to them. Often, this is above the pit lane, but often external terraces are set up at a different part of the track offering choice throughout the day. During support races, there is an opportunity to access the grid and feel the energy prior to the flag-dropping.
Between sessions, there is plenty to explore and take advantage of. Meet and greet sessions with MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE riders will be available throughout the weekend, subject to availability. Fans can also get their own taste of glory with a photo opportunity with the MotoGP World Championship trophies.
Raffles will be run for all pass holders, and those lucky enough to be drawn will be given the unique opportunity to tour the track or service road in a BMW X5 at certain circuits.
And as expected with all motorsport hospitality packages, there will be big screens to follow the action in air-conditioned terraces where spectators will enjoy the buffet breakfast, gourmet lunch, afternoon snacks, a complimentary bar serving beer and wine, as well as an open terraced bar.
Where is MotoGP VIP Village available?
VIP Village is available at the majority of MotoGP races across the world. In 2023, this includes three of the Spanish races (Jerez, Catalunya and Valencia), Britain, San Marino, Italy and the opening round in Portugal.
For fans travelling further afield, packages are available for the flyaway races in Malaysia, Qatar, Thailand and Indonesia. The offering will also be available at the series’ new races for 2023, at Kazakhstan and India, allowing fans to welcome the sport to their country in style.
How much do MotoGP VIP Village packages cost?
The price of VIP Village passes varies from race to race. Packages are available for Saturday and Sunday, or Sunday-only. Races for Sunday’s race only range between £1,000 to £1,500. Tickets for the whole weekend range from just under £1,000 to £1,800.
There are different ticket prices for adults and children, too. For instance, VIP Village weekend passes at Silverstone will cost £1,801 for an adult, and £964 for a child.
For a full list of prices for every race in the 2023 season, click here.