FairStreet Sports announced the highly-anticipated dates for the ticket sales of MotoGP™ Bharat, India’s first-ever global motorcycling event, going live on the official ticketing partner of the historic MotoGP™ race in India.
Honourable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Yogi Adityanath unveiled the much-awaited ticket sales as he was also handed over the first ticket by the organisers. The sale of tickets is now live on BookMyShow for the event scheduled to be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida from September 22-24.
The Honourable Chief Minister has been instrumental in paving the way for MotoGP™’s smooth ride to make its maiden entry into the country, thereby putting Uttar Pradesh and India in a befitting place on the global platform for international motorcycle racing.
The Honourable Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister is ‘delighted’ to play host to this historic race as he also heaped praises on the organisers, saying, “MotoGP™ is the world’s biggest, fastest, and oldest bike racing competition. It is a matter of pride and joy that for the first time, India will be hosting ‘MotoGP™’. By organising this race on such a large scale, there is a possibility of economic activity of about ₹1,000 crores in Uttar Pradesh, as well as employment opportunities for five thousand people.”
MotoGP™ Bharat represents a substantial investment for the sports ecosystem in Uttar Pradesh. With its grand scale and global appeal, the event has the potential to significantly boost the state’s sporting culture and attract a massive influx of enthusiasts.
“It’s a moment of great pride and exhilaration for us at FairStreet Sports as we open the ticket sales for India’s premier global motorcycling event MotoGP™ Bharat. This event will catapult India on the world map of motorcycling excellence where the world’s best riders and machines compete for supremacy on the tarmac. The race, in more ways than one, is a corroboration of a lot of belief, collective efforts and a latent need for global sports popularity in the New India we all are so proud of,” commented Pushkar Nath Srivastava, Chief Operating Officer of FairStreet Sports.
FairStreet Sports has envisioned an unforgettable race experience for a diverse audience which reflects in their ticket pricing strategy ranging from ₹800 to ₹40,000 for approximately 100,000 seats at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC)
By offering a wide range of ticket options, including the affordable starting price of ₹800, the Main Grandstand tickets ranging from ₹20,000 to ₹30,000 and the luxurious Platinum Corporate Box seats priced at ₹40,000, the organisers aim to ensure that fans receive maximum value and can immerse themselves in the live circuit’s electrifying atmosphere and thrill.
Speaking on the landmark announcement, Chief Sporting Officer of Dorna Sports, Carlos Ezpeleta said, “We are incredibly happy that ticket sales for the Grand Prix of India are opening. I want to thank Honourable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Shri Yogi Adityanath for his support to this project. India is the biggest motorcycle market in the world and brings a huge potential for the growth of our sport. Having an Indian Grand Prix can only accelerate this and we are committed to giving the fans an incredible experience. Thank you to all Indian MotoGP™ fans!”
According to the India Two Wheeler Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027 report by IMARC Group, India’s two-wheeler market reached a volume of 15.2 million units in 2021 and is expected to reach 42.2 million units by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 18.6% during 2022-2027. With India being one of the largest two-wheeler markets in the world, it presents an ideal opportunity for the biggest motorsport in the event to capitalise on and flourish in terms of revenue and viewership.
Though there may be various vantage points for viewing the race, one can be rest assured that the bikes are going to whiz past in the blink of an eye as the race is expected to get the world’s fastest and best racers which include the likes of Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati, Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda Team, Marco Bezzecchi of Mooney, Brad Binder and Jack Miller of Redbull KTM, Jorge Martin of Prima am