World Superbike Championship - Qatar 2017

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For the fourth year in a row, Losail International Circuit will host the finale of the WorldSBK from 2nd to 4th November under the floodlights of the track.

 

The grandstand ticket is QR100 for the 3-day event. The three-day ticket will give access to the Paddock for the first 2,000 guests.

 

This year, the event will be from Thursay to Saturday.

 

The WorldSBK VIP Lounge ticket is priced at QR 1,200 for Friday & Saturday and QR 700 for Saturday only.

 

The hospitality area is above the pit garages with an excellent view of the pit lane and starting grid in the terrace of the lounge.

 

As part of the WorldSBK event program, all the fans can enjoy and get closer to the riders and teams in the Paddock Show activities organized by WorldSBK that will be scheduled during the weekend.

 

In the giant screen located at the Paddock Show, the races, free practices and super poles will be shown live with commentary.

 

There will be an exclusive motorbike parking inside the Paddock for all the bikers that come to the event with any ticket of the event.

 

Following the great success of last year, the 2017 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship – Prize Giving Show will be again at the Paddock after the Podium Ceremony of the WorldSBK Race 2 and the first 2,000 guests with grandstand ticket will have the honour to share this important moment with the championship winners.

 

On Thursday, WorldSBK and WorldSSP Free Practices are scheduled from 16:30 until 22:00 and on Friday both Superpoles will be from 18:30 to 19:55.

 

Also on Saturday it will take place Race 1 of WorldSBK at 21:00, so the fans will have the chance to feel the adrenaline of the races during the 2-day event.

Sunday will be dedicated to Warm Up sessions before WorldSSP Race starts at 19:30 and WorldSBK Race 2 is at 21:00.

 

Tickets can be purchased at www.lcsc.qa OR www.q-tickets.com and during the event at the ticket booths of the circuit.

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