Tickets for the 2011 USA Round of the FIM Superbike World Championship at Miller Motorsports Park are now on sale.
As in 2010, the event will take place on Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, with the races taking place on Monday, May 30. The weekend will also include the return of AMA Pro Road Racing to Miller Motorsports Park for the first time since 2008, and the third annual Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge pro-am race.
Also as in 2010, there will be a rock concert (artists to be announced at a later date) on Saturday, May 28, but this year’s event will also include a second concert on Sunday, May 29. The weekend will include a pre-event press conference and fan party, both of which will be open to the public.
The 2011 ticket-pricing structure features reduced prices and significant discounts for advance purchases. All tickets include paddock access.
“We are already working hard on our preparations for the return of the FIM Superbike World Championship in 2011,” said Miller Motorsports Park general manager John Larson, “and we are looking forward to another great event. We have structured our ticket prices to make them more affordable for families on a budget and are offering meaningful discounts for those who purchase early.”
Ticket prices are as follows:
Single-day tickets: Single-day tickets are priced at $40 for General Admission and $50 for Grandstand (there will be no assigned seating for Grandstand tickets).
Weekend tickets: Weekend tickets are priced at $100 for General Admission and $130 for Grandstand.
Kids: Kids aged 12 and under will be admitted for $5 per day for General Admission and $10 per day for Grandstand.
Family passes: Family passes (for a family of four people; additional tickets available at regular prices) are priced at $99 per day for General Admission and $139 per day for Grandstand. Weekend family passes are priced at $249 for General Admission and $289 for Grandstand. All tickets include paddock access.
Discounts: To encourage early ticket sales, a 25-percent discount is available for early ticket purchases for a limited time. A 50-percent discount is available to military, police, firefighters, teachers and students (call for details). Due to the significant discount already applied, there is no advance-purchase discount on family passes.