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MotoGP introduces new premier hospitality platform

MotoGP has introduced a new premier hospitality platform that will provide exclusive packages and experiences, in partnership with QuintEvents. 

Dorna Sports, which is the commercial rights holder for the sport, announced the launch of MotoGP Premier, alongside sports and events ticketing and packages company, QuintEvents. 

The five-year deal will run between 2022-2026 and witness the launch of new experiences on its Premier platform. 

Experiences will include tailor-made weekends in the MotoGP VIP Village, grandstand tickets with additional experiences exclusive to MotoGP Premier and more. 

Marc Saurina, senior director of Global Commercial Partnerships at Dorna Sports, said: “We are delighted to begin this new journey with QuintEvents, who have an incredible record of excellence and expertise. 

“It’s a pleasure to announce our new project, MotoGP Premier, which will revolutionise what we offer fans at each Grand Prix, with the widest range of opportunities and experiences yet. We’re excited to get going and begin to welcome fans via MotoGP Premier.” 

Keith Bruce, president of QuintEvents International, added: “MotoGP is a world class sports organisation, and QuintEvents are elated to announce this long-term global partnership with the MotoGP and Dorna family. 

“We look forward to the global launch of MotoGP Premier, the ultimate way to see and experience a MotoGP event from the inside. Fans will have unprecedented VIP access to MotoGP with unique tours of exclusive areas and behind the scenes, as well as appearances from the premier riders of the sport.”

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