Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and Mandalika Grand Prix Association (MGPA) have announced the ticket prices for the 2021 World Superbike (WSBK) event.
The event will take place at the Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit from November 19–21, 2021.
Three-day passes to the event would be priced between Rp795 thousand and Rp2,820 thousand (excluding tax), according to the location of the audience seat or stand at the racing event, ITDC said in a press statement on Thursday.
The cheapest tickets will be located at the Standard Grand Stand near the fifteenth and seventeenth turns and will be priced at Rp795 thousand–Rp995 thousand.
Meanwhile, tickets for the West Grand Stand -- adjacent to the fifteenth turn -- will cost Rp1,395 thousand.
The seats at the Main Grand Stand, which is close to the first and sixteenth turns, will be priced in the range of Rp1,850 thousand–Rp2,350 thousand.
Furthermore, tickets for the Premiere Grand Stand, facing the start and finish line, will cost Rp2,650thousand–Rp2,820 thousand.
In addition, the organizers have prepared two types of hospitality suites—three-day tickets for the Premier Class suites will cost Rp19,500 thousand and Deluxe Class Rp14,950 thousand.
The Premiere Class suites are located on the 2nd floor of the Pit Building to allow spectators to interact with racers, while the Deluxe Class suites are in the VIP Village, which is adjacent to the Circuit Paddock.
A total of 25 thousand tickets will be sold starting October 23, 2021 through Xplorin.id and other official ticket sales partners: tiketapasaja.com, tiketmu.id, dyandratiket.com, and tiket.com.
Xplorin.id is an ITDC business unit that serves as a digital platform to help tourists buy tickets to events and book accommodation in Indonesia.
Furthermore, the organizers have stipulated several requirements for the 2021 Mandalika WSBK spectators.
Spectators need to be 12 years and over, have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations, and bring negative results of swab antigen tests taken within 24 hours or a PCR-RT test taken 48 hours before entering the circuit. The tests need to be uploaded on the PeduliLindungi app.
However, if they have not registered on the app, spectators will need to submit their test results along with vaccination certificates, according to the procedures shared to the e-mail while buying the tickets, the organizers informed.