MotoGP Australia 2018
One of the world's fastest sports is coming back to Australia in 2018. Here at StubHub you can find a range MotoGP Australia tickets at the spectacular setting of Phillip Island, the home of motorcycle racing down under. Undoubtedly one of the main events on the MotoGP calendar, the Melbourne circuit has been a favourite for motorcycle racing legend Valentino Rossi. The evergreen Italian rider has won eight races in total; five in the MotoGP category, one in the 500cc category and two in the 250cc category. The Australian Grand Prix is often seen as a title-decider as it comes so late in the racing calendar. In fact, in 2011, home favourite Casey Stoner managed to seal his second MotoGP World Championship by winning the Australian race in front of thousands of jubilant home fans. Join the fans at the Melbourne circuit, buy your Australian MotoGP tickets today here at StubHub.
Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit
Melbourne's Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit is, without doubt, one of the most scenic circuits on the MotoGP calendar. Located just south-east of the Australian city, the track is cast against a stunning backdrop of cliffs, crashing waves and azure-blue seas. The current circuit has been used for racing since 1956 and is one of the most iconic venues in motorsport. The Australian moto gp track features 12 corners, a long straight of 900 metres and a total length of 4.4km (2.76 miles). The lap record was set by Spanish supremo Jorge Lorenzo in 2013 with a time of 1'27.899 (making the average speed 182.1 kmh). The circuit record is also held by a Spaniard - Marc Marquez - in the same year. With top speeds of well over 300 kilometres-per-hour, if you're looking for an adrenalin rush buying MotoGP Australia tickets is a great way to get that!
2017 MotoGP Australia results
There seems to be no stopping Spanish MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez and the 2017 Australian Grand Prix was no different. The Spaniard won his second Australian title in Melbourne, a win that was crucial to his 2017 MotoGP World Championship hopes. Marquez has now won four of the last five championships, Jorge Lorenzo won the 2015 championship. Who will be declared winner of the 2018 MotoGP championship, if you have Australia Moto tickets you may be able to see whoever it is claim the title in Melbourne!
If you want more MotoGP, the Japanese Grand Prix will take place the week before and the MotoGP Malaysia revs up the week after.