Options Aplenty For MotoAmerica Fans At Barber2018-09-13 09:36
As always, Full Throttle and Kawasaki Cycle Corral tickets are selling like hotcakes for the final round of the 2018 MotoAmerica Series, the Championship of Alabama, at the immaculate Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama, September 21-23.
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Ticket options for MotoAmerica fans are as plentiful as the off and on-track activities. The series finale takes place at Barber Motorsports Park, September 21-23. Photo by Brian J. Nelson
So, what’s a Full Throttle package? For the Early Bird pricing of only $119 (the price goes up to $149 at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, September 19), fans get three-day general admission with paddock access, a three-day parking pass, escorted cold pit-lane access for Motul Superbike practice one and two, preferred podium viewing, and escorted Motul Superbike Race 1 and 2 grid access (limited to ages 16 and over).
Want even more of a VIP experience? Then try the Full Throttle VIP Package for the Early Bird price of $299 (the price goes up to $349 on Wednesday) that includes VIP hospitality; catering (coffee and ice tea, lunch, snacks and cash bar on Saturday and Sunday), three-day general admission; paddock access, three-day Premier/VIP parking pass, preferred Motul Superbike practice one and two pit-lane viewing access, preferred podium viewing, and escorted Motul Superbike Race 1 and 2 grid access (limited to ages 16 and over).
The Kawasaki Cycle Corral ticket, meanwhile, gets you three-day general admission (which also includes full paddock access), motorcycle corral parking and escorted pit access for the Liqui Moly Junior Cup races. And to top it off the Kawasaki Cycle Corral ticket gets you a fan lap around the track on Saturday afternoon following racing action. The Kawasaki Cycle Corral ticket is $99.
If camping is your thing, MotoAmerica also offers several options at Barber Motorsports Park. A spot in the RV Hilltop area with your rig is $150 (Early Bird pricing) while a place for your RV in Lot D will run you just $50 (Early Bird pricing). There are also tent camping options for $30 (Early Bird pricing).
General Admission ticket prices are $59 for a three-day, Friday, Saturday, Sunday package (again, paddock access always comes with the purchase of a General Admission ticket); a two day, Saturday/Sunday, costs $49; and if you can only make it out for one day, a General Admission ticket goes for $29 each for Saturday and Sunday, with a single day ticket for Friday just $9.
At all MotoAmerica events, there is special discounted pricing for members of the military.
Want the thrill of a lifetime? Then look no further than the Dunlop M4 Suzuki 2-Seater Experience. For $500, the ultimate race fan not only gets three-day admission, but the chance to ride on the back of former Superbike racer Chris Ulrich’s Suzuki GSX-R1000 Superbike as he speeds around Barber Motorsports Park. Additionally, proceeds from the two-up rides go to the Roadracing World Action Fund.
For more information on all the MotoAmerica ticket options for the Championship of Alabama, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-motoamerica-championship-of-alabama-tickets-49388923600#tickets
The Championship of Alabama is the final round of the 10-round 2018 MotoAmerica Series and will feature the Motul Superbike class, Supersport, Liqui Moly Junior Cup, the
Stock 1000 class and the Twins Cup. Practice and qualifying are set for Friday, September 21 with racing action slated for Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23.
MotoAmerica is the North American road racing series created in 2014 that is home to the AMA Superbike Championship. MotoAmerica is an affiliate of KRAVE Group LLC, a partnership that includes three-time 500cc World Champion, two-time AMA Superbike Champion, and AMA Hall of Famer Wayne Rainey, ex-racer and former manager of Team Roberts Chuck Aksland, motorsports marketing executive Terry Karges, and businessman Richard Varner. For more information on MotoAmerica, visit www.MotoAmerica.com. Also make sure to follow MotoAmerica on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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