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Charter a Private Jet to the 2017 MotoGP Races

Charter a Private Jet to the 2017 MotoGP Races


The MotoGP riders are gearing up for a new season of 200-mile-per-hour speeds, hairpin turns and $3,000,000 motorcycles. The 2017 schedule offers speed junkies 18 opportunities to get a piece of the high-octane action from Texas to Japan. Don’t miss your chance to see defending World Champion Marc Márquez and the rest of the riders on the circuit. We’ve put together a guide to the full 2017 MotoGP schedule below.

Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar

23-26 March 2017

Location: Losail International Circuit, Losail, Qatar.

Each year since 2008, the race at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar has marked the start to the Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. To this day, the Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar is a particularly atmospheric one: it is the only MotoGP race to be held at night. Tickets cost €65. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €689 to €875 and are available at this link.



Grand Prix de la Republica Argentina

7-9 April 2017

Location: Autodromo Termas de Río Hondo, Termas de Río Hondo, Argentina.

Located just six kilometers from the popular spa and hot springs town of Termas de Río Hondo, the Grand Prix de la Republica Argentina is the perfect chance for MotoGP fans to combine ultimate speeds with ultimate relaxation. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Grand Prix of the Americas

21-23 April 2017

Location: Circuit of The Americas, Austin, Texas, USA.

Hosted by Austin, Texas, the “Live Music Capital of the World,” the Grand Prix of the Americas is one of the most thrilling races on the MotoGP schedule. The circuit is among the most varied on the calendar, filled with fast straights and exhilarating hairpin turns. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Gran Premio de Espana

5-7 May 2017

Location: Circuito de Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.

Passions flare and rivalries are put to the test at the Gran Premio de Espana, one of four Grand Prix races set in Spain. One of the most popular events of the MotoGP season, the Gran Premio de Espana held in Jerez de la Frontera is the city’s most popular sporting event of the year. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



HJC Helmets Grand Prix de France

19-21 May 2017

Location: Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans, France.

The Grand Prix de France is among the oldest races on the schedule, dating back to 1920. These days, the race takes place at the iconic Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans, which can hold up to 100,000 ecstatic fans. Tickets range in price from €69 to €158. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €689 to €875 and are available at this link.



Gran Premio d’Italia

2-4 June 2017

Location: Autodromo del Mugello, Borgo san Lorenzo FI, Italy.

Located in the rolling hills of Tuscany just 30 kilometers from Florence, the Gran Premio d’Italia is known as one of the world’s most up-to-date and scenic race circuits, with a mix of sweeping curves and long straights. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Grand Prix de Catalunya

9-11 June 2017

Location: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló, Barcelona, Spain.

Opened in 1991, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, set just outside of vibrant Barcelona, is considered to be one of the best-designed circuits of the modern day. The circuit won the prestigious IRTA Best Grand Prix trophy in 2001. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



TT Assen, Netherlands

23-25 June 2017

Location: TT Circuit Assen, Assen, Netherlands.

A favorite for riders and fans alike, Assen is one of the most festive and extravagant races on the calendar. On top of the atmosphere, the TT Circuit Assen is the only venue that has hosted a race for the Motorcycle World Championship every year since its creation in 1949. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

14-16 July 2017

Location: Sachsenring, Oberlungwitz, Germany.

Held at the Sachsenring, five miles west of Chemnitz, the GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix is a noteworthy race because it runs at a lower speed than many of the the others. While this may sound like it means less action, it’s quite the opposite. The course requires a different type of control that can test the riders’ skill. Tickets range in price from €113 to €200. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €689 to €875 and are available at this link.



Grand Prix Czech Republic

4-6 August 2017

Location: Automotodrom Brno, Ostrovačice, Czech Republic

The Grand Prix Czech Republic is an all-time favorite for fans and riders thanks to the bowl-shaped circuit that provides an ideal viewpoint for spectators. The circuit is exciting and challenging for riders, with fast corners that edge along natural hillsides. Tickets range in price from €53 to €202. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €689 to €875 and are available at this link.



Austria Grand Prix

11-13 August 2017

Location: Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria

Known as the center of Austrian motorsports, the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg is one of the year’s most thrilling circuits, with 10 exhilarating turns and an altitude difference of 65 meters. Tickets range in price from €95 to €162. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €689 to €875 and are available at this link.



British Grand Prix

25-27 August 2017

Location: Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Great Britain

The British Grand Prix, hosted by the historic Silverstone Circuit, is among the most prestigious events on the MotoGP schedule. The venue is home to one of the fastest tracks on the calendar as well as breathtaking guest facilities, including the Silverstone Wing which opened in 2011. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini

8-10 September 2017

Location: Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico RN, Italy

A regular stop on the scene in the 1980s and 1990s, the Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini returned to the MotoGP schedule in 2007 with an updated track and grandstands that hold up to 60,000 spectators. Tickets range in price from €26 to €259. VIP passes to the MotoGP VIP Village range from €899 to €1,025 and are available at this link.



Gran Premio de Aragón

22-24 September 2017

Location: MotorLand Aragon, Alcañiz, Teruel, Spain.

The town of Alcañiz has a long history of street racing, making it a natural home for the Gran Premio de Aragón. The circuit won the prestigious IRTA Best Grand Prix trophy in 2010, the first circuit to be awarded during its debut year. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Motul Grand Prix of Japan

13-15 October 2017

Location: Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi, Japan.

Located in the beautiful Kanto region of Japan, the Twin Ring Motegi is a dream destination for motorsports fans year-round. The venue is home to the Honda Collection Hall, a museum that showcases a collection of motorcycles, cars and other vehicles from throughout the decades. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

20-22 October 2017

Location: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island, Australia.

In addition to providing one of the fastest and most fluid tracks on the MotoGP schedule, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit offers incredible ocean views and gorgeous natural surroundings. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

27-29 October 2017

Location: Sepang International Circuit, Sepang, Malaysia.

One of the longest laps in MotoGP, the Sepang International Circuit makes for a thrilling race. Thanks to the two long straights and wide track, the race offers ample opportunity for exciting overtaking maneuvers. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana

10-12 November 2017

Location: Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain.

As the final race of the season, there is a particularly festive atmosphere at the Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana. The track is on the smaller side, but offers a layout that provides an excellent view from the lively grandstands. Tickets are not yet available. Sign up here to be notified by email.



As a true speed fanatic, we know you’ll want to get there in a flash. As many of the circuits are outside of major cities, the fastest way to the race is by chartering a private jet. Contact our team for help organizing your private jet charter.

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