How do I meet the racer?

You have limited opportunities to meet your favorite rider, take a photo, or ask for an autograph if you don't have a rare paddock ticket, but it's not impossible, so don't give up. Here are our tips:


Some riders participate in the program in the fan zone. In particular, follow the social networks of the organiser, teams, riders, and sponsors who support your favourite rider. There you will probably find out when and where you can catch your idol.

In front of the circuit

Some riders don't sleep at the track but in hotels. There are usually reserved parking lots at the main entrance for the top parking pass holders, including the riders. You can try to wait nearby, but be sure to get there early; riders usually arrive at the circuit each day before the start of the race program to avoid heavy traffic.

How to behave when you meet a racer

There are differences between racers and how they treat fans, so you should always follow a few basic guidelines. First, never delay racers if they want to go somewhere. They are under a lot of pressure and if they don't want to stop, don't demand it, or get angry with them.

If you want an autograph, your chances always increase when you want the rider to sign the official merchandising. 

Want a photo with the rider? It's certainly not out of the question, but again - be considerate. If you want a selfie, always consider the rider's personal space. Not everyone likes being hugged by strangers, especially when there are dozens of them.

How to enjoy the race as comfortably as possible

When it comes to MotoGP, if you have an idea, tens of thousands of people usually think the same way. So try to adjust your schedule differently to everyone else. Be anticipatory when eating or going to the loo so you don't spend the best part of the day queuing.

Where to watch the race from

In our grandstand guide, you will always find tips on where to go, and what you can see from a given grandstand. It's good to know what you're interested in beforehand. If you want to be as close to the track as possible, or if you are a keen amateur photographer and want the best shot. Plan accordingly, what ticket you'll buy and where you'll be.

One more thing to watch out for when planning your circuit moves is the distances on circuits can be pretty long. Some transitions between stands can take tens of minutes, especially if there are a lot of people on the circuit. Instead, try to keep the transitions as short as possible.

How to get to the track

Some organisers, including those in Valencia, organise a "track invasion" after the race (for the last race on Sunday). The organisers open the entrances to the track for fans, who can then watch the podium ceremony directly under the podium. If this experience is the highlight of your day, be sure to choose the stands closest to the stage so you don't miss out.

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