Outstanding offer by Espace Murit for the WSBK French Round

7 June 2022

Magny-Cours - France


Espace Murit is a Yamaha motorcycle dealership located in Châtillon (92) near Paris, and a GMT94’s partner. After having blocked a few hundred places at the beginning of the year, Espace Murit offers its last 200 places to the GMT94 Club members, with 50% discount on the public price, a free access to the paddock, and a visit of the GMT94 box.

This offer is even more unique, as no more 50% off tickets are available for the WorldSBK of Magny-Cours. Find below the modalities to take advantage of this offer:

1) You are resident in France (75,77, 91,92,93,94,95)

2) Go to the Magny-Cours circuit website, then click on the “Adelaide Tribune 3 days” ticket at 75 euros.

3) Enter the promo code that you will receive when you register here, to benefit from the 50% discount and the free paddock. Please note that the promo code is only valid if you live in France. In case of wrong address, you will not be able to receive your ticket.

Once these steps are over, the GMT94 Club offers an exclusive visit of the paddock to its 200 supporters during the race weekend. To take advantage of it, the team invites you to meet on Tuesday, June 14 at 6:30 pm at the Espace Murit dealership, 188 avenue de Paris, 92320, Chatillon. Jules Cluzel, Andy Verdoia and the GMT94 team will be there to welcome you and give you a pass to access to the visit of the pits!

To receive the link of the ticketing, your promo code and to register to the event, go to : https://forms.gle/HCkauJgffjzDrfu36

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