British Moto GP 2015

28th-30th August

The MotoGP is the pinnacle of two-wheeled motorsport.

The MotoGP is the pinnacle of two-wheeled Motorsport.

In 2015 the World’s fastest bikes and bravest riders return to the UK

With speeds approaching 200mph the Donington Circuit circuit will add new challenges to these remarkable sportsmen.

You can choose to leave your belongings behind, venture out into the crowds, experience the festival and then retreat to your comfortable private hospitality location to enjoy good food and drink without missing any of the action.

We can look after you for the day or the entire weekend. We look after individual race fans, families, companies and race teams. We can organise your transport and accommodation as well as circuit tours and evening entertainment

From our private suites everything’s arranged, except the result.




Latest Moto GP News

    • Stoner continues Honda test work
      Retired double world champion Casey Stoner completed more testing mileage for Honda this week ahead of the start of official 2015 MotoGP winter running at Sepang next Wednesday
    • Yamaha unveils 2015 MotoGP bike
      Yamaha has unveiled its 2015 MotoGP YZR-M1 and a revised livery for Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo's machines
    • Injured Hernandez to miss first test
      Pramac Ducati rider Yonny Hernandez will miss the first MotoGP test of 2015 after dislocating his shoulder in a training incident
    • Circuit of Wales build delayed again
      The construction of the planned UKP300m Circuit of Wales facility has been delayed again after a public inquiry was called to discuss the proposed British MotoGP venue
    • Stoner extends Honda MotoGP test deal
      Two-time world champion Casey Stoner will be retained by Honda to continue working on the development of its MotoGP bikes
    • Late Ducati can win in 2015
      Ducati expects to fight for MotoGP wins in 2015 even though its new bike will hit the track several months after rivals' machines
    • Honda not expecting '14 MotoGP repeat
      The Honda MotoGP team has no expectation that Marc Marquez will be able to repeat his 2014 domination and expects a closer fight with Yamaha in '15
    • Crutchlow: Austin crash caused slump
      Cal Crutchlow feels his crash at Austin early in 2014 was the main reason he failed to thrive in the Ducati MotoGP team, rather than any lack of affinity with the Desmosedici
    • Rossi thinks he's in best ever form
      Valentino Rossi reckons he is in the best form of his entire MotoGP career after finishing second in the 2014 world championship
    • Honda: Pedrosa still an elite rider
      Dani Pedrosa remains among MotoGP's elite riders despite his lack of championship success, insists his Honda team boss Livio Suppo