Motegi is a complicated place, which means our experienced advice will be quite useful for anyone seeking to attend this remarkable event. Remember, even if you are not on our package, we have a team at the circuit and can help you with any issues.
Go VIP Village if you can -- it is about the best value VIP of the season with open Paddock access, pit lane walks, service road tours and generally great access. Always sells out by January unfortunately. Alternatively opt for a MotoGP Team Experience - this gives you the top experience of the event as a team guest and you have access to their shelter and lunch facilities.
There is a pretty good viewing area in a field open only to paddock customers.
For tickets you get the most view from the main stands V2-6 : the natural valley the track lies in gives you panoramic sights (but you will want binoculars).
For our money, the best value is grandstand Z on the infamous 90 degree corner. Here you see the bikes in heavy downhill braking from the longest straight of the circuit. Much action here; and you are quite close to it, with a good TV view. You can also sit insider this corner at "G" (limited TV view if any)
All grandstand tickets also permit access to the Super Speedway Arena on Sunday. This is the area just alongside the main straight (actually on the speedway tarmac). You can't actually see much track from here, but is great for getting close to the podium and is also where special events occur, such as rider signatures.
Finally, Motegi is one of the few circuits where you can purchase a paddock pass. If you are not going VIP, we strongly recommend this. Passes are valid for one day only, you may buy a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday pass. The paddock gets VERY crowded on Sunday, consider Saturday or even Friday (or get two!) Alternatively upgrade this experience with our "Team Experience" in either Moto2 or MotoGP and our guides will show you around some of the garages (and the service road for MotoGP)