MotoGP Returns to Buriram International Circuit March 20–22

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MotoGP Returns to Buriram International Circuit March 20–22

Motorsport fans alert! 
The Thai MotoGP Championship race returns to the Buriram International Circuit in Thailand between March 20–22 for the third time since 2018. 

Buriram sits almost 400 km northeast of Bangkok. Travelling to Buriram by plane takes one hour; buses need between 5 and 6 hours; trains offer the slowest service – between 6 and 8 hours.

Book your tickets to Buriram here

Tickets for the race are already on sale. The cheapest Friday–Sunday passes for Side Stands cost from USD75, prices for Marquez Stand, Rossi Stand and Main Grandstand start from USD150.

About the Buriram International Circuit
Known as Chang International Circuit, Buriram’s race track was designed by the famous circuit designer Hermann Tilke, who has been developing circuits worldwide since 1995.

The Buriram International Circuit is the first FIA Grade 1 and FIM Grade A circuit in Thailand. Opened in 2014, it has already hosted two MotoGP races in 2018 and 2019.

The length of the track is 4.554 m, the width is 12 m. It features 12 corners, 5 left ones and 7 right ones. The longest straight, which is over 1000 m, follows the exit of turn 1.

The Circuit boasts state-of-the-art facilities and has a total capacity for 100,000 people offering outstanding viewing opportunities for spectators.



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