41 Thousand Spectators Will Fill the Mandalika Circuit for WSBK Indonesia 2022
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41 Thousand Spectators Will Fill the Mandalika Circuit for WSBK Indonesia 2022

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The FIM WSBK Indonesia 2022 at the Mandalika circuit will be held on November 11-13.

In 2021, the number of viewers for WSBK Indonesia was only around 25 thousand people, it is estimated that this year the number of viewers will be much greater.

“The number of spectators for the 2022 WSBK Mandalika is targeted to reach 41,000 at the peak of the event,” explained Priandhi Satria, MGPA’s Managing Director.

In total, MGPA targets the number of spectators who will attend the Mandalika circuit to be around 50-60 thousand from the first day until the third day.

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The increase in the number of audience quotas compared to last year is primarily due to MGPA not having too much difficulty in implementing health protocols.

Compared to last year, MGPA had difficulties in implementing the travel bubble due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Last year, everyone had to be escorted in one bus, no bubbles could mix with one another. This year there is no travel bubble policy,” he said.

On Wednesday (31/8/2022) MGPA began to sell presale tickets for the WSBK Indonesia 2022 at the Mandalika Circuit.

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With the variation of ticket prices sold, MGPA provides free viewing bonuses on the first day, which is Friday 11 November.

This applies to anyone who buys a daily ticket or a weekend pass. This presale ticket sale will last for the next 30 days, starting from Wednesday, (31/8/2022).

It is hoped that from here, the enthusiasm of the community will be higher so that they can sell even more tickets.

Article source: Motorplus-online.com – 41 Ribu Penonton Bakal Penuhi Sirkuit Mandalika Saat WSBK Indonesia 2022

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