Argentina has played host to MotoGP Grand Prix since 1961, when the first race took place in the capital, Buenos Aires. This was the first Grand Prix to be held outside Europe and it gained such popularity that it repeated the event 10 times between 1961 and 1999. The event came back to a new home in Argentina in 2014 - the Autódromo Termas de Rio Hondo in the province of Santiago del Estero. The circuit was initially built in 2007, but had to undergo a reconstruction in 2012. It finally opened its doors to the Grand Prix in 2014, after having been absent from the calendar for 15 years. Today, the Argentinian Grand Prix is famous for its festival atmosphere, as it gives fans an outstanding show, both on and off the track.
The Termas de Rio Hondo circuit was built with the intention of creating a safe, modern and yet vibrant track. It had the purpose of bringing people in not only for the race, but also to appreciate the culture of Argentina. The circuit is 4.8km in length and has 14 corners in total. With one of the longest straights (more than 1km) among all the circuits, riders are expected to reach speeds higher than 330km/h. The long braking zone that goes into Turn 6 has proved to be a tricky one for most riders and fans can expect a great display of skills here.
With a great circuit and an atmosphere to boot, choosing the right seats can be confusing and we want to help you out! Choose from our MotoGP VIP Village Package which comes with all-day gourmet catering and unique tours, or the Hospitality Club which gives you access to the Paddock, Fanzone area and Sky Bar - the pit building´s highest floor. Alternatively, the Premium Zone brings your prime views and access to the Fanzone area, while the different Grandstands (Speed Zone, Panoramic Zone and Finish Zone) give you varying perspectives of track action.
To sweeten the deal, there are also promotions that take place throughout the year to ensure that you get your tickets at the best price possible. Keep an eye out for these promotions as we bring them to you at various times of the year. Hint: they usually occur during the special occasions as we want to celebrate the good times with you - this means Black Friday, Christmas and even Halloween!