Istanbul F1 Tickets 2011

The Turkish Grand Prix takes place in Istanbul, and we have details on how to buy Istanbul F1 Tickets. The first Turkish Formula One Grand Prix took place in 2005. The Istanbul Park Circuit was nearly built especially for the Turkish Grand Prix. The Istantbul circuit is one of only 4 tracks which go in an anti-clockwise direction. This year the Turkish Grand Prix takes place on the weekend fo 6th – 8th May 2011

The Turkish Grand Prix was won by Kimi Räikkönen in a McLaren– 2005, then Felippe Massa won a hat trick of races between 2006 and 2008. The 2009 race was won by British Driver Jenson Button in a Brawn Mercedes and last year the Turkish Grand Prix was won by Lewis Hamilton. Who will win the Turkish Grand Prix 2011 in Istanbul.

Turkish Grand Prix Tickets can be brought online from official ticket agents such as and We recommend buying Official F1™ Tickets. Also Grab Last Minute Tickets for the Turkish Grand Prix can be brought from VIagogo. Don’t leave it too late to get Turkish GP Tickets.

Turkish Grand Prix Ticket Options

Platinum Main (Wkd.) € 331,00
Platinum Main Child (Wkd.) € 167,00
Gold Main (Wkd.) € 249,00
Gold Main Child (Wkd.) € 126,00
Silver T1 (Wkd.) € 151,00
Silver T1 Child (Wkd.) € 77,00
Silver T8 (Wkd.) € 151,00
Bronze T2 (Wkd.) € 97,00
Silver T8 Child (Wkd.) € 77,00
Bronze T5 (Wkd.) € 97,00
Bronze T2 Child (Wkd.) € 50,00
Bronze T5 Child (Wkd.) € 50,00

Netherlands Moto GP Tickets 2011

Netherlands Moto GP 2010 Preview. Moto GP heads into the Netherlands for their annual stop. This years seventh event of the Moto GP Tour in Assen, will have some key differences from last years Valentino Rossi win. First of all defending champion and dominant force in Moto GP, Rossi will be absent because of a leg injury that he recently suffered. The Netherland MotoGP takes place on 25th June 2011. Tickets for Netherlands Moto GP Tickets 2011 are on sale now

Also missing, will be the 2009 250cc Moto GP champion, and now Moto GP rider Hiroshi Aoyama. Aoyama, the lead rider for The Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team, fractured a vertebra at Silverstone this past Sunday and is currently still hospitalized. Aoyama is expected to miss the rest of the Moto GP season and will be temporarily replaced by Honda test rider, Kousuke Akiyoshi.

Aside from the injured past champions, the entry list will remain relatively unchanged. Ducati Marlboro riders Nickey Hayden and Casey Stoner head into the Netherlands Moto GP looking to redeem themselves after an off effort at Silverstone last weekend. Hayden took fourth while teammate Stoner took fifth respectively. Hayden was headed to a podium until he bobbled on the last lap.

American Ben Spies was the beneficiary of the Hayden bobble, scoring his first podium at Silverstone and celebrating an unexpected third place finish. The Yamaha Monster Team overall, has been doing well with Spies holding seventh as fellow Yamaha factory rider Jorge Lorenzo holds onto the Moto GP points lead heading into the Netherlands Moto GP.

Dani Pedrosa of Spain, will be the wild card as the Moto GP riders hit the middle of this three week stretch. Pedrosa and his Repsol Honda teammate, Andrea Dovizioso are trailing Moto GP points leader Jorge Lorezo by 27 and 33 points respectively. Pedrosa has watched as the Moto GP title has slipped away from him yet again and The Netherlands Moto Gp will be a good place for Pedrosa to make a statement.

Podium predictions for The Netherlands Moto GP could surprise the everyday fan. Look for Dani Pedrosa to win the Netherlands Moto GP overall with Casey Stoner second on the podium and Nickey Hayden pulling into the third podium spot.

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Spanish F1 Tickets 2011 Barcelona

The Spanish Grand Prix takes place on the weekend of 22nd May 2011 at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona Spain. Grandstand and general admission F1 tickets for spain grand prix 2011 are on sale now. Official Formula One Grand Prix tickets for the 2011 Spanish Grand Prix are available from GPticketshop. Buy 2011 Spanish Formula 1 Tickets Online which takes place 09 May 2011 in Barcelona Spain.
The 2011 Spanish Grand Prix (formally the LI Gran Premio de España) will be the fifth round of the 2011 Formula One season. It will be held on May 22, 2011 at the Circuit de Catalunya.[1] It will be the first European race of the 2011 season. It is expected that Virgin Racing will bring a significantly different chassis to the race, accommodating the necessary expanded fuel tank.
The Circuit de Catalunya was built in 1991 to coincide with the Olympic Games scheduled to take place in Barcelona, and is often referred to as ‘Barcelona’ in the racing community, despite the fact that it is located in Montmeló. The Circuit de Catalunya should not be confused with the Montjuïc circuit, which hosted the Spanish Grand Prix four times between 1969 and 1975 and, unlike the Circuit de Catalunya, is actually located within the city of Barcelona.
Because so much testing is done at this circuit, Formula One drivers and mechanics are extremely familiar with it. This has led to criticism that drivers and mechanics are too familiar with Catalunya, reducing the amount of on-track action.
When first used, overtaking was frequent as cars could follow closely through the last two corners and slipstream down the long straight. As aerodynamic balance became more critical, this overtaking method ceased as the cars were unable to follow each other through the fast final corner due to turbulence created by the leading car. This made it almost impossible for a car to get close enough to the car in front of it to attempt a pass at the first turn, which is the only obvious overtaking point on the circuit. The 2007 F1 Season saw the 1st of the 2 final sweepers replaced with a slow chicane in an effort to improve overtaking. However, the redesign did not noticeably increase the amount of overtaking.

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Chinese F1 Tickets 2010

The Chinese Grand Prix takes place on Sunday 18th April 2010. Chinese F1 Tickets are available to buy online. The Chinese Grand Prix takes place in
Shanghai at the Shanghai International Circuit. Chinese Grand Prix Race Day Tickets are available in the grand stands. The 2010 Chinese Grand Prix (formally the VII Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix) will be the fourth round in the 2010 Formula One season.
Felipe Massa leads the Drivers’ Championship, with Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica within 10 points of the Brazilian Ferrari driver. Ferrari lead the Constructors Championship by 10 points from McLaren and 15 from Red Bull.
The Chinese Grand Prix has yet to be won by a single driver twice, with Rubens Barrichello, Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher, Kimi Räikkönen, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel winning one race each. All but WRC driver Kimi Räikkönen will start this years race.
The 2009 Chinese Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on April 19, 2009 at the Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China. It was the third race of the 2009 Formula One season, a change from previous years, when it took place towards the end of the season.
Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing won the race after starting from pole position. Both the race win and pole position were the first for Red Bull team.[2] Mark Webber, also of Red Bull, finished second followed by the two Brawn GP’s of Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello. McLaren’s Heikki Kovalainen and Lewis Hamilton finished fifth and sixth, ahead of Toyota’s Timo Glock and Scuderia Toro Rosso’s Sébastien Buemi in seventh and eighth.