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October 23rd, 2013, 12:56 AM   #11
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Ok, I'm looking at the map to purchase tickets, and none of the areas are color coded. You recommended Sections 20-30 in Yellow... can you please tell me which selection is that one, screenshot here:






Tribuna Norte Amarilla is the yellow Duc.
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Yeah, red is right. The yellow is the stands on the straight to turn 1 . blue iirc is Tribuna Oeste verde which is by the hill and probably the best place to watch imo.
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Azul is blue, Verde is green Roja red and Blanca is white.


Naranja orange and the Boxes fall into the purple.


And the hill is miles away take binoculars
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Azul is blue, Verde is green Roja red and Blanca is white.


Naranja orange and the Boxes fall into the purple.


And the hill is miles away take binoculars

haha, i stood on the hill and had to phone a mate in the uk who was watching on a pub tv. I could see the bikes but had no clue who was riding them. I was cheering for Rossi until my mate told me i was watching edwards cos rossi crashed out haha.
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So, things are looking hot since Australia and if Seņor Lorenzo can keep up in Japan, Valencia will become a major event (the major event). Everyone must come!


We hope to avoid any severe traffic problems by arriving on Friday morning with our new tent and relevant equipment. I can't comment on the train service as I've not used it on this route but I'm guessing it will most certainly be busy on race day. Plan ahead!


The Rocket Pilot has all the colours identified correctly but if you book directly from the circuit website the areas are coloured anyway. Take a look at: http://www.circuitvalencia.com


We're looking forward to this event immensely. Just hope the weather is good because it's slightly ridiculous at the moment with 32°C forecast on Monday (28/10) so something has to give at some point. What's the betting? I seriously hope the guy on the weather buttons has a heart.
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My guess and it is just that a guess,


Azul or Verde towards where they meet,


Valencia is basically a basin so you should get some good viewing and action in all areas.


I'v only commented on where I have sat and experienced.


Don't go on the hill GA


I looked once from up there.


What a waste of a walk, never again
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The MotoGP website showed Yellow as being sold out. I went to the Valencia Track website and was able to purchase a ticket for Yellow there. It cost a few extra Euros and I had to rely on my Google Spanish to English Translator lol but I got through.





I'll be sitting in Yellow section 24 seat E1 whooohoooo I'm soo excited!
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To get from Valencia to the track, what's the best and easiest way?





I'm not going to be able to bring my camping gear with me on this trip, so I need to find a place to stay in Valencia, and will come out to the track on on each day.





This is my first time in Spain. I'm going to be a total newb. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
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Wow talk about been put on a spot!


I've always stayed at Hotel Expo Valencia.


Suited my needs,


All you need is a hotel with links to St Isdre and the Renefe.


The metro will get you there.


Ask advice where you choose to stay.


Hope that helps.
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