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April 15th, 2018, 09:02 AM   #1
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Austin - general admission

I may be able to go to Austin, but it is going to be a last minute decision. All good tickets are sold out, so if I go there it is going to be a GA ticket. Any recommendations where to watch the races? T11 maybe?
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Gen Admin is good enough. You can go up any grandstands Friday. Saturday, you'd need to sweet talk the gate keeper, but it's easy to do. Sunday, watch race from T1, you'll see start, finish, and jumbotron, last turn in distance, and T2, and the sequence going into the esses, if you position yourself right.

During practices, go around at watch them, particularly out of the esses, the horse shoe carousel around the tower. GA will not disappoint you, it's a good ticket.

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It is going to be Sunday only (if). Thanks for advice!
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Another question. I have been there once. They had dedicated motorcycle parking close to T15. Where would be the best place to park my bike if I aim for T1/T2?
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