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Book 2023 Indonesia MotoGP Tickets

Action returns to the Archipelago after more than two decades

For the first time in 26 years, racing returns to Indonesia as the world’s quickest motorcycle riders push the limits of MotoGP machinery around the Mandalika International Street Circuit.


The track might be described as a ‘street circuit’, but don’t be fooled; this is no Singapore or Baku circuit. Rather than glossy high-rise buildings lining the course, the track is flanked by the islands natural fauna and wildlife, and just metres from the beautiful Bali Sea. Temperatures are expected to reach 30°C during March’s race weekend, which will be the second event of the season.

 

The 19-turn, 4.3km circuit could prove to be one of MotoGP’s most exciting. With so many twists and winds, there are plenty of opportunities for riders to make a move on each other, so there will be endless chances to overtake throughout the race. It is expected that Moto2 and Moto3 will race alongside MotoGP, giving fans the chance to see the new crop of motorcycle racing talent alongside the best riders on the planet.

 

Fans who make the trip to Indonesia will not be disappointed by what Mandalika has to offer. The resort has some of the most picturesque beaches in the Lombok region – perfect for extending your stay and relaxing after a hair-raising race.