We have planned another trip to WSBK at Monza in May and we normally book our tickets for entry 'On-Line' at Monzanet, but this year there are more of us going and we are thinking of buying the entry for race day at the gates. Last time we went, there didn't seem to be much of a que at the ticket office. Does anyone know if it is easy to purchase at the gate (as in the UK) or is it a pain to buy at the gate? I have a feeling that the odd person may drop out of the trip and I don't want to be left selling off tickets when I get there, so by leaving it till the day, nobody loses out. Thanks.
Buying Monza tickets at the gates?
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No been to Monza but several European circuits for MotoGP and WSB and never had a problem buying on the gate, Always seems better arranged and less hassle doing so outside of the UK! Check the circuits web site also. Enjoy!
Been to a few WSB & motogp in France Germany & Checo, but not Italy. Never had a problem yet, never been more than 2 in the queue either & usually much cheaper than buying in the U K.
Monza - no problems getting tickets, there are even guys selling them on the way to track. Don't worry about buying from them, everything is legal and above board.