KTM to offer unique MotoGP experience at seven 2022 races

KTM are set to offer their fans a special trackside experience in 2022 at seven MotoGP events.

Johann Zarco in front of KTM stand, Austria 2019. Credit: Philip Platzer.

THE 2022 MotoGP season is due to get underway this weekend, and KTM is offering “The Ultimate Orange MotoGP Experience” once more.

In previous years, the “experience” has been limited to the races held at the Red Bull Ring. However, for 2022, the Austrian brand is expanding to include seven of the 21 Grands Prix held this year for their “Ultimate Orange MotoGP Experience.”
As reported by Motorcycles.news, the events where the experience will be available are set to be the French (Le Mans), Catalan (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya), German (Sachsenring), British (Silverstone), Austrian (Red Bull Ring) and Australian (Phillip Island) Grands Prix, as well as the Dutch TT at Assen. 

That is quite the line-up of races to have on offer, and all seven circuits have delivered excellent racing in the recent past. From Le Mans, there was the epic 2019 edition where Danilo Petrucci won in the wet as the title contenders faltered; Barcelona witnessed the first post-Sepang duel between Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi in 2016; the Sachsenring saw Marquez win his first race post-humerus fracture last season; the 2019 race at Silverstone saw Alex Rins beat Marquez on the line; the Red Bull Ring has played host to three Marquez versus Ducati battles, and last year saw Brad Binder win for KTM with slick tyres in the rain; Phillip Island saw Marquez pressure Maverick Vinales into a last lap crash for the win in 2019; and Assen saw nine riders in the lead group for the majority of the 2018 race. 

KTM will also be offering a “KTM Fan Package”, which can be viewed on their website, which will include a KTM cap and t-shirt, a “KTM Stringbag” and earplugs.

Tickets are already available here for all of the European-based rounds, with ticket information for the Australian round coming in April 2022. 

Images courtesy of KTM Media.