The first round of MotoGP championships will take place in India and registration tickets are finally open. FairStreet Sports, the organizer of the Indian Grand Prix, has partnered with BookMyShow and will start selling tickets soon. The first MotoGP Bharat GP will take place from September 22-24, 2023, at Buddh International Circuit (BIC) and tickets can be purchased online exclusively on the BookMyShow website or app.
Fares have not been announced yet, but reports suggest prices will start from the lowest $800, increase $1.5 thousand. However, prices for Bharat GP will vary depending on seating, accessibility and more. Bharat GP is the first major global motorsport event to be held in India since Formula 1 arrived in India in 2011. To give you an overview, ticket prices for the F1 Indian Grand Prix start start from the lowest level $1,500.
Commenting on the opening of ticket registrations, Pushkar Nath Srivastava, COO of FairStreet Sports, said: “We are delighted to announce an exclusive partnership with BookMyShow as the official ticketing partner for the show. this much awaited MotoGP event in India. This partnership brings together two companies with a vision to deliver a great racing experience to Indian fans. By partnering with BookMyShow, we will provide fans with a seamless and convenient 360-degree experience. Together, we are committed to creating an unforgettable MotoGP journey for all fans, ensuring lasting memories and unparalleled excitement.”
Speaking about the association, Anil Makhija, COO – Live Entertainment, BookMyShow, said: “We are delighted to be able to begin this strategic partnership with MotoGP Bharat and begin our journey together as is the official and exclusive ticketing partner for the first edition of MotoGP Bharat. superbike Grand Prix in India. We are excited about effectively using our technological know-how to our vast, loyal, digitally savvy consumer base to deliver a seamless and seamless experience for Indian fans. India, cyclists, during the MotoGP Bharat journey with ticketing is the first step in this journey of great importance for motorsport fans across the country.”
Showing his support for the event, Akbar Ebrahim, President – FMSCI, said “FMSCI would like to congratulate Fairstreet Sports, Dorna (Promoter & Rights Holder of the FIM World MotoGP Championship) & FIM (World Management Authority for 2W Motorsport) has signed an agreement to host one round of the FIM World MotoGP Championship in India in September 2023. FMSCI also wishes Fairstreet Sports Pvt Ltd all the best. in opening ticket registrations for the event and wish them every success.”
The announcement comes just days after MotoGP officials from Dorna complete the advanced exam at BIC for various technical aspects, broadcasting establishment and other essential requirements assessment. The First Division Championship to India is a highly awaited tournament and is sure to leave enthusiasts satisfied.
Date of first publication: June 2, 2023, 17:00 pm IST