48 hours to be exact. That is the amount of time left before the start of what is undoubtedly one of the great sporting events of the Levantine capital. With the date already set in our agency, we must fulfill the objective: to enjoy the Grand Prix of Valencia 2017 as much as possible. How? Simple: with a mini guide by Petit Palace that will help you to have everything well controlled and organised.
Buy the ticket
Hurry up if you still do not have your ticket to the MotoGP Grand Prix Valencia because they go quickly (at two days before the event). As is usual in events of this type, the prices range depending on the location. Although the most expensive entry would be for the stands located in the Boxes (about € 170) – the cheapest ticket will be limited to those who choose the white stands.
The adult rates are the most expensive, there are special prices for the junior public (from 6 to 16 years old) and for those who have a Youth Card.
The Dress Code
To enjoy the Grand Prix of Valencia Moto GP there is nothing better than choosing comfortable clothes (and warm, as the temperatures are dropping). Although we love to go elegant and with more or less tight clothes, the truth is that it is an event in which you will spend several hours sitting and in which there is smoke and dust.
Our suggestion is comfortable jeans,a casual sweatshirt and a good coat. What you should never forget? Sunglasses and a cap. Before leaving your hotel Petit Palace Plaza de la Reina or Petit Palace Ruzafa check that you have everything with you.
Riders to keep an eye on
GP is the highest category of motorcycles in competition so in this event you will be lucky enough to see the best riders around. If you want to know which are the ones to watch this season take note of their names: Marc Márquez, Valentino Rosi, Jorge Lorenzo, Héctor Barberá and a long (lengthy) etc.
Tricks to keep in mind
Although inside the circuit you will find drinks stands and some food, our recommendation is that you choose one of the restaurants in the vicinity of the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. As well as the value for money being better you will also find a much more complete menu with a selection of dishes and even portions of freshly made paella that is perfect for an intense morning of racing.