Twin Link Motegi 2 & 4 Race is Motor sports Sports event held in Japan.
Name of performance: Twin Link Motegi 2 & 4 Race
Venue: Twin Link Motegi
Open: 2019/06/22 (Sat) 10:00
※ A separate ticket is required.
※ One high school student or more can participate in the pit walk on the day of writing with one official ticket.
※ Please gather at Gate 4 10 minutes before the start time.
※ Entry and exit may be changed on the day.
※ No change, exchange or refund.
※ For admission of children, it is necessary to be accompanied by a high school student who has a paddock pass or pit walk pass.
Limited number of tickets: You can book up to 15 tickets per application. Application limit 4 times.
Type of seats and fees:
■ Saturday pitwalk (high school students and above): ¥ 2,100
■ Sunday pitwalk (high school students and above): ¥ 2,100
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