7 reasons why go to Grand Prix Brno
- You will see that Valentino Rossi still is a great rider
You can cheer on our riders
And then you will see how Marc Marquez rules over his motorbike
- You can stroll around the beautiful city of Brno
- You can dine for very cheap and enjoy Czech beer at the same time
You will experience personally the fight between Lorenzo and Pedrosa
Moreover, there are beautiful girls in Brno, and also guys
How to get to the Brno Circuit?
Weekend bus ticket package
GProoms provide shuttle buses to circuit on Saturday and Sunday morning.
Approximately every 20 minutes, from 7 am until 9 am.
You can buy ticket package at the reception for 10 EUR.
The package consists of 2x GPbus tickets to circuit and 2x public transport tickets for the way back to hotel. You will get more information and maps at the reception.
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SAT: 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00
SUN: 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30
Car, Bike, Bus – Road II/602
from the D1 motorway in both directions
Car, Bike – Road III/3842
Car – Road III/3842
- BLUE from Brno without the use of the D1 motorway
- RED from Brno via the D1 motorway
- GREEN from Prague via the D1 motorway
- PURPLE from Prague without the use of the D1 motorway
Countdown to Grand Prix CZECH REPUBLIC in Brno
Brno Circuit is located approx. 23 km from the Brno City Centre and 30 km from the Brno Airport, 200 km from the Praha Airport and 170 km from the Vienna Airport.
Automotodrom Brno is situated in the locality of Kyvalka, approximately 16km from the Brno city centre and 2km from D1 highway Prague – Brno. Circuit is located within an 8km distance of the Brno Dam and its area is divided by a border of two settlements, Brno – Zebetin and Ostrovacice.
The world’s most famous riders have taken part in GP events in Brno since 1930, where up until 1982 they would race through the villages and western parts of the city on a road track named after the first Czechoslovak President – T.G. Masaryk.
A new circuit was built during the 1980s with the aim of attracting Formula 1 to Czechoslovakia, and in 1987 it played host to the FIM Czech Grand Prix. Popular with both fans and riders, the new circuit is built in a natural bowl which is banked in places to offer spectators an excellent view. Brno constantly changes in elevation as it sweeps across forested hillsides and its fast undulating corners test rider talent and engineering to the limit.
|Red Flag||15 (2/3 laps)||12 (2/3 laps)||12 (2/3 laps)|
|Total distance||113.5 km||102.7 km||97.3 km|