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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday Tickets & Info: (800) 327-SECA


July 1, 2005

SOLD OUT! SATURDAY AND SUNDAY TICKETS FOR THE RED BULL U.S. GRAND PRIX
Friday Tickets Still Available For The Event

Monterey, Calif. (July 1, 2005) – Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca officials announced today that tickets for Saturday, July 9 and Sunday, July 10 of the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix are no longer available for purchase through the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca ticket office. A limited number of general admission tickets will be available for sale at the official 2005 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix ticket outlets while their supplies last. Approximately 53,900 tickets have been sold to spectators for each of the weekend days.

General Admission tickets are still available for the Friday, July 8 practice day, the first opportunity for two-wheeled fans to see the MotoGP World Championship in its first appearance in the United States since 1994. Defending champion Valentino Rossi, his Yamaha teammate Colin Edwards and the rest of the MotoGP World Championship competitors will be on-track on Friday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2 p.m.-3 p.m. for practice sessions. The sold-out days include Saturday’s AMA Superbike Championship race and Sunday’s much-anticipated MotoGP World Championship race.

“With almost 150,000 people expected to be here, next week’s Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix will be the largest event in the 49-year history of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca,” said Gill Campbell, CEO/general manager of the historic track. “The combination of MotoGP, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and the Monterey Peninsula has proven irresistible. Our phones have barely stopped ringing since we announced the event last August.”

Only once before has a sellout been announced at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. That was the 1998 Rolex Monterey Historic Automobile Races with Porsche as the event’s featured marque. That announcement was not made, however, until after a large walk-up crowd on Sunday of the event. Next weekend’s Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix marks the first time a sellout announcement has been made prior to the event weekend in the 49-year history of the world-renowned circuit.

A very limited number of tickets remain at the official 2005 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix ticket outlets located around California. These tickets are available only in person. The outlets are:

Mission Honda Yamaha, 6232 Mission St, Daly City, 650-992-1234
Cycle Center of Fremont, 41315 Albrae St, Fremont, 510-657-7200
Clawson Motorsports, 6334 N. Blackstone, Fresno, 559-435-5000
South County MX, 8585 Monterey Hwy, Gilroy, 408-848-2999
Honda of Glendale, 1331 E. Colorado, Glendale, 816-246-2461
Goleta Suzuki Yamaha, 5718 Hollister Ave, Goleta, 805-967-9898
East Bay Motorsports, 21756 Foothill Blvd, Hayward, 510-889-7900
Marina Suzuki, 12973 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, 310-306-8595
Honda of Modesto, 1120 N. Carpenter, Modesto, 209-529-5424
MWR Ticket Office, 1 University Circle, Monterey, 831-656-3223
Outdoor Recreation, Presidio of Monterey, Monterey, 831-242-6635
South Bay Motorsports, 1 West 35th Street, National City, 619-420-2300
Malcolm Smith Motorsports, 7563 Indiana Ave, Riverside, 909-687-1300
Cycle Stop Honda, 511 Abbott Street, Salinas, 831-424-0008
Blanco Shell, 1300 S. Main Street, Salinas, 831-422-5474
Yamaha of Salinas, 330 Kings Street, Salinas, 831-422-3232
Salinas Motorcycle Center, 1286 N. Main, Salinas, 831-442-3511
Helimot European, 1141 Old Bayshore Hwy, San Jose, 408-298-9608
San Jose Yamaha, 776 N. 13th Street, San Jose, 408-287-2946
Honda Suzuki of San Mateo, 101 E. 25th Ave, San Mateo, 650-341-5867
Seaside Shell, 1600 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside, 831-899-8530
We All Ride, 2636 S. Rodeo Gulch Rd, Unit D, Soquel, 831-465-9279
Honda Peninsula, 1289 W. El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, 408-245-7840
Cal Coast Motorsports, 5455 Walker Street, Ventura, 805-642-0900
You must get to one of the ticket outlets listed above in person!
 

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As much as i hate to say this, ide almost rather be home watching it on the big screen isntead of being there. Couple reason, You get to see more, its not hot inside, i wont be walking around in leathers ;) and no allergies :) If they have it next year ill probbaly end up buying tickets way before hand and get a hotel and all that stuff.
 

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I get to watch from the living room on my wide screen. Would love to go though. Oh well....
 
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