Currently, Ticketmaster is facilitating ticket sales for three of Australia’s most prominent and popular motor sport events; the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix and the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide.
Each of the events is equally significant in its own right as they are among the best events of their kind anywhere in the world.
Ticketmaster recently won the right to provide ticketing services for the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide; one of the V8 supercar’s premier race events. Clipsal is Australia’s largest domestic motor sport event and hosts approximately 285,000 patrons over four days of high-octane racing.
The 2016 Clipsal 500 will take place from March 3-6 next year, but before the V8s hit the track, rev heads will be keen to lap up the two-wheel action of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix at Phillip Island. The Moto GP will hit the Phillip Island racetrack from October 16-18.
The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix opens the F1 Championship season at the Albert Park racetrack during its four-day extravaganza.
For each of the major motor racing events, fans will experience a superior customer journey when purchasing tickets through Ticketmaster’s website. The complex nature of ticketing for motor sport events requires additional support and customer flexibility and Ticketmaster offers just that to its ticket purchasers.
Each of the events feature single day or multi-day passes as well as reserved seating or general admission tickets and exceptional hospitality packages. The vast number of options are easily presented via Ticketmaster’s landing pages, which make it easy for fans to filter their search and options to ensure they are purchasing the best tickets to suit their budget and preferences.
Ticketmaster’s innovative Interactive Seat Maps are enabled for reserved seating at all three of the events. The ISMs allow fans to select their own seat off a map of live, real time inventory.
The best thing about Australia’s major motor sports events is that the off-track entertainment is just as exciting as the on-track action. Each of the events offers a festival-like atmosphere with demonstrations, live entertainment, exhibitions and fantastic bars and eateries.
If you love the high-energy, high-octane excitement of a racetrack you cannot miss the 2015 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, 2016 Clipsal 500 and 2016 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.
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