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Tickets for Misano 2024

TicketWorld Online offers you the exclusive opportunity to immerse yourself in the thrilling MotoGP race at the Misano Circuit. Experience the adrenaline as the world’s best riders tackle the curves and straights of this legendary track.

The Misano Circuit, located in the picturesque region of Emilia-Romagna, offers a unique combination of challenges for the riders. Its technical curves and high-speed sections test the competitors’ skill and prowess. Additionally, the natural surroundings and proximity to the Adriatic coast make Misano a perfect destination not only to enjoy MotoGP but also to explore and relax in one of Italy’s most charming corners.

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Frequent questions

The San Marino Grand Prix takes place at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, located in Misano Adriatico, in the Emilia-Romagna region, Italy. This circuit is known for its technical complexity and its ability to challenge riders with both fast and slow corners, as well as its variable grip surface, adding an unpredictable element to the competition. Misano Adriatico is a charming coastal town situated on the Adriatic coast of Italy. Surrounded by the sea and the beautiful hills of the region, Misano offers visitors stunning natural surroundings and a mild Mediterranean climate.

  1. Central Grandstand: strategically located in the center of the circuit, providing spectators with a privileged view of the thrilling action on the track. From this central location, spectators can witness the start of the race and watch as the bikes speed through the track at breathtaking speeds.
  2. Brutapela Gold Grandstand: strategically positioned to offer a broad perspective of the circuit, covering much of the action on the track. From this privileged vantage point, spectators enjoy a unique view of the race start and how the bikes dive into the first series of corners. The strategic location provides an unparalleled view of the riders’ skill as they tackle the corners and then accelerate down the straight towards the next challenging turn. This grandstand is the ideal place to appreciate the skill and speed of the bikes on every lap of the San Marino circuit.
  3. Brutapela Grandstand: located after the Brutapela Gold grandstand, offering a privileged perspective although not as comprehensive as its Gold version. From this location, spectators can witness the action in the corners and the acceleration of the bikes down the following straight. Although the view may not be as expansive, it remains an excellent spot to appreciate the skill of the riders and the speed of the bikes.
  4. Misano Grandstand: located in front of Turn 11, you’ll witness the bikes arrive at full speed and watch as they slow down to take Turn 13. The grandstand offers an incredible experience for those who enjoy the thrill and speed of the racing world.
  5. D Top and D Grandstands: offer a privileged perspective around Turn 13, providing spectacular views of the action on the circuit. From these seats, spectators can witness the riders circulating at high speed after the straight and before hitting the brakes to tackle the tight Turn 14.
  6. A Grandstand: offers a privileged location just before the final turn leading to the main straight. You’ll be immersed in one of the most exciting sectors of the circuit, just meters away from the finish line. From here, you’ll have views of two straights and the aforementioned turn, giving you the opportunity to experience much of the race’s excitement up close, where speed and skill combine.

The length of the Misano Circuit is approximately 4.264 kilometers.

The number of laps in the San Marino Grand Prix may vary according to the FIM rules and the season’s calendar. Typically, at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, around 26 to 28 laps are completed during the MotoGP race.

The San Marino Grand Prix was a prominent motorsport race, part of the Formula 1 World Championship and held annually at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari Circuit in Imola, Italy. Its designation as the San Marino Grand Prix stems from the proximity of the Republic of San Marino to the city of Imola and the existence of the Italian Grand Prix on the calendar. The Imola circuit saw its first Formula 1 competition in 1963. The Italian Grand Prix of 1980 was the last held in Imola before the race became the San Marino Grand Prix the following year. Currently, Marc Márquez is the driver with the most victories at this circuit, showcasing his dominance and becoming a legend at the Misano circuit.

Yes, due to the noise generated by the powerful MotoGP motorcycles, it is recommended that spectators use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the race safely and comfortably.