What’s it Like to be a VIP at a MotoGP™ Race?
Austin is a very new race city on the MotoGP™ world circuit. The riders are still getting used to the track, and local Austinites have only had one chance to go to watch this two-wheeled race series in their hometown. However, another race is coming up very soon — on April 11-13, the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) will again host the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas.
Want to know an insider secret? There’s a section at COTA that feels like home to guests of the official hospitality program: MotoGP VIP Village™. It feels comfortable because many people choose this VIP Village at other MotoGP races around the world, and will do the same in Austin. It’s special because guests might run in to friends they made last year in an Italian Grand Prix — or a business contact they made at a corporate hospitality suite at the Qatar Grand Prix.
Not only do VIP hospitality guests form a bond with other dedicated MotoGP fans, they also have access to comfortable, stylish seating areas, catered lunch, afternoon snacks, an open bar, live race streaming on TVs, Pit Lane walks and paddock access.
Clever businesses have corporate suites over MotoGP Weekend, where they proudly display their company logos and colors in a private networking and seating area. Groups of 10 or more can have a table assigned with their logo.
Located on the first floor of the Pit Building, the MotoGP VIP Village™ offers our guests a privileged view of the Start/Finish line, Pit Lane and Paddock area.