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October 6th, 2006, 07:07 AM   #1
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MOTOGP News Friday, 6th October 2006

Fans face anxious wait after Moto-Events closure.


MotoGP fans that have booked tickets for either of the two remaining rounds, at Estoril and Valencia, through Moto-Events face an anxious wait after the company went into liquidation.

The liquidation means that even fans that had already paid for tickets will not be receiving them and, while most are now prepared to pay extra in order to still attend, it is yet to be decided how the Moto-Events tickets will be reallocated.

Rival company Big Rock Holidays is attempting to acquire the tickets, but there are fears that the authorities may instead put the tickets back onto general sale - making them much harder to buy for fans based outside of Portugal/Spain.

Big Rock Holidays can be contacted on (UK) 0845 644 11 76 or via www.bigrock-holidays.com while the official website for the season-ending Valencia Grand Prix (the event which most fans planned to attend) is www.circuitvalencia.com
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Theres a thread in the lounge about this dude

http://www.motogpforum.com/forum/ind...showtopic=2444

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http://www.motogpforum.com/forum/ind...showtopic=2461
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