Grandstand G, one of the regions favored by many fans, with a view of the converted former “parking curve”, as Valentino Rossi called it (with the red floor marking). To the left is the Valentino Rossi grandstand and to the right for optimists the one for the Marquez fans.

For those who decide quickly – advance sale of Barcelona tickets

As we learned from the organizer from Catalonia, advance sales for MotoGP tickets to the Barcelona GP have opened. However, if you want to get one or more 3-day tickets at half price, you have to be quick. For 60 euros instead of 120 you probably won’t get this for any other European Grand Prix this year. The price mentioned applies to so-called “Pelouse” (standing room) tickets, seats are of course also available, but they cost significantly more. While the official MotoGP site is not yet offering tickets for pre-sale, this promotion is valid until next Saturday, February 13th. These cards are available at the following link:

WorldSBK ace Alex Lowes, Sam’s twin brother, in the stands in Barcelona. Of course you also have a very good view from here. However, the route near the Catalan capital offers a very good view of interesting areas of the course even in the cheapest category. Together with the inexhaustible range of nearby accommodation options, this is a huge advantage over routes such as Spielberg, BuriRam or the Motorland Aragon (© Kawasaki Racing Team).

The provisional MotoGP calendar for 2020

Despite the fact that there are still many question marks, the date and staging of the Barcelona Grand Prix is very likely. This does not apply to current high-risk crisis areas such as Austria and of course all overseas races. With regard to Assen and Germany, implementation by the planned date in June is currently more than uncertain. At least in front of spectators, these events are considered to be rather unlikely in the current pandemic situation.