International Island Classic: Tickets On Sale Now For Vintage Racing Event At Phillip Island – Roadracing World Magazine

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Tickets on sale for the International Island Classic 2020

Everything old is new again!

Everything old is new again and coming in 2020, nothing is cooler than a vintage motorcycle! So it’s time to plan for next January’s International Island Classic at the spectacular Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit with tickets on sale today at www.islandclassic.com.au

Scheduled for the Australia Day long weekend, January 24-26, the Island Classic is now in its 27th year and is the largest historic motorcycle racing event in the Southern Hemisphere. The weekend pays homage to a century of motorcycling over three action-packed days, celebrating the splendor of historic racing on many levels, from the exotic machines to the people who ride and groom them.

Plus, get ready for all the action of the International Challenge, when defending champions Australia take on America and a new-look United Kingdom in four six-lap races. The Australian squad will be announced later this week, with US and UK rosters to be revealed in the coming weeks.

The International Island Classic is an affordable Aussie Day long weekend with friends and family, so plan your island getaway now with tickets and circuit camping on sale from today at https://islandclassic.com.au/ticket-information

Pre-purchase and save

Traditionally, Australia Day long weekends at seaside venues cost a bomb! But… think again with the Island Classic at Phillip Island.

The tour opens its campsites to ticket holders, and suddenly four nights of camping in a spectacular seaside location is yours for a fraction of the cost you would normally pay.

But the trick is to buy ahead and secure your campsite early.

Wrap your three-day event ticket with four nights of circuit camping, and the cost of your Island Classic getaway — admission and camping with a view of Bass Strait — will be just $167 pre-booked.

Better yet, bring the family, as kids 15 and under are free for camping and event admission, if accompanied by a paying adult.

If camping isn’t your choice, a pre-purchased three-day adult pass will cost $84, up from $95 at the gate, while a pre-purchased three-day concession ticket is $54 – a savings of $16 on the price of the door. Tickets are also available for individual days, but buying in advance saves you considerable dollars.

Reservations for pre-purchased general admission and camping tickets close at noon on Thursday, January 23.

To purchase tickets visit https://islandclassic.com.au/ticket-information

Club Classic Hospitality

Want to add style to your Island Classic getaway? Opt for Club Classic hospitality and you’ll enjoy the whole weekend in the comfort of our air-conditioned VIP suite overlooking the pit lane, with full buffet lunch, dessert, morning and afternoon tea, drinks not included. alcoholic beverages and coffee.

You’ll be able to see all the action from the Club Classic Suite, easily access the paddock and outdoor panoramic rooftop view, and enjoy reserved parking (one car pass for two). You’ll enjoy the live TV feed and commentary as well as rider interviews with none other than motorcyclist great, host Sir Alan Cathcart interviewing the stars of the show.

Prices start from $175 per person and full information is available at https://islandclassic.com.au/club-classic or call the circuit on (03) 5952 2710 for reservations.

Busy program over three days
In addition to the International Challenge, the Island Classic includes 52 other races for machines in the six historic racing categories: Veteran (until 1919), Vintage (1920-1945), Classic (1946-1962), Post Classic (1963 -1972), Forgotten Era (1973-1982) and New Era (1983-1990).

More than 400 solo bikes will take part in the 4.445 km Phillip Island circuit over the three days, where each class will be decided after a qualifying session and four races.

Individual accolades will also include the perpetual Phil Irving Trophy for top scorer in non-international events.

Qualifying will start on Friday for all classes, followed by a full racing schedule on Saturday and Sunday. For more event and ticket information, go to www.islandclassic.com.au

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