01 Japanese Moto GP 2019

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit is located in central Japan, approximately 100 miles north Tokyo. Japan is the home to Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki and the country has a rich motorcycle racing heritage, it has been a permanent fixture on the MotoGP™ calendar since it first hosted a race in 1999.

Outside of racing, Twin Ring has the Honda Collection Hall, which features historic Honda racing and production cars and motorcycles, and Honda Fan Fun Lab, which features Honda's next generation technologies such as robotics, fuel-cell vehicles and aviation. Honda also operates a technology demonstration centre on the site, as well as educational hubs.

In 2018, Marc Marquez won the MotoGP World Championship for the fifth time as he clinched his eighth win of the season in front of Honda’s home crowd. Given how the season is progressing, it is not possible to say if the Championship will be decided in Japan again but take the opportunity to join the passionate local fans and find out!

02 Re-Live The Japan Moto GP 2018

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here is an overview of the frequently asked questions about this event. If you have any queries that you don’t see below then please get in touch via chat. Just click the red message icon in the bottom right hand corner of this page.

From what age are tickets required?

All spectators over 3 years of age require a ticket for reserved seats. In a designated seating area guardians of a child younger than two years old are requested to seat their child on their laps.  If a seat is necessary a viewing ticket for that seat will need to be purchased. Purchasing multiple seats at the same time will ensure an adjacent seating.

Unfortunately the tickets cannot be reissued. Please make sure you keep your tickets safe until the end of the event. And make sure you bring the ticket with you when you come to Twin Ring Motegi and carry the ticket with you at all times during the event.

Route Bus & Chartered Bus as well as the direct shuttle bus "MOTEGI GP EXPRESS"(reservation only) will be available. Please take a look at MOTEGI GP EXPRESS reservation website for more details.

You can get a bullet train to get to Utsunomiya Station and please get a bus or Taxi. Also we have the direct shuttle bus from Tokyo Station to Twin Ring Motegi. Please take a look at MOTEGI GP EXPRESS reservation website for more details.

There is a taxi stop at East/West Exit of the station. Taxi ride is approximately one hour, and taxi fare is roughly 13,000 yen. Please make sure to get a race ticket in advance as you will be requested to show your ticket at the Twin Ring Motegi entrance gate.

There is a rental car shop at Utsunomiya Station. Please make sure to book your rental in advance. Please bring your international driver's license/passport with you.

A Seven-Eleven is located near Twin Ring Motegi. There is also a temporary convenience store outlet located at Over Night Square. Please enjoy the service there.

ATM machine inside the Central Entrance Information Center is available during regular operating hours. There may be applicable fees. Please check before use.

The following cards are accepted at the Twin Ring Motegi Ticket Center and all the Twin Ring Motegi shops and restaurants: UFJ NICOS, Honda C-card, Visa, MasterCard and JCB. (Temporary venders and event stands may not accept credit cards. Please check before use.)

<p style="margin-left:30px;">Yes. There are English-speaking staffs in place at Information Counter. Please come to Information Counter when you need help.</p>

04 Event Location

Location