25-27 October
Phillip Island

Spokes Entertainment Stage

Marc Marquez at the Spokes Entertainment Stage.

The Spokes Entertainment Stage is the place to get up close to your heroes and collect autographs from your favourite riders.

The Spokes Entertainment Stage will host appearances from MotoGP™, Moto2™ and Moto3™ riders as well as national riders, motorsport legends and VIPs.

With activities scheduled daily you won't want to miss out on the action. Don't forget to purchase your favourite rider's merchandise to get that sought-after autograph.

Spokes Entertainment Stage Schedule*

Friday 26 October 2018

1:00pm Moto3™ Riders Enea Bastiannini, Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Andrea Migno, Albert Arenas, Marcos Ramirez
1:15pm Moto2™ Riders Alex Marquez, Joan Mir, Remy Gardner, Fabio Quartararo, Mattia Pasini
1:30pm MotoGP™ Riders Johann Zarco, Hafizh Syahrin, Danilo Petrucci, Jack Miller 
5:40pm Moto3™ Riders Jorge Martin, Fabio DiGiannantonio, Marco Bezzecchi, Jakub Kornfeil, Aron Canet
5:55pm Moto2™ Riders Francesco Bagnaia, Lorenzo Baldassari, Miguel Oliveira, Brad Binder, Marcel Schrotter
6:10pm MotoGP™ Riders Maverick Viñales, Alex Rins, Andrea Iannone

*All times subject to change. All sessions last approximately 10-15 minutes.

Saturday 27 October 2018

1:10pm MotoGP™ Riders Marc Marquez, Dani Pedrosa, Cal Crutchlow, Takaaki Nakagami
5:30pm Legends Wayne Gardner, Jeremy Burgess, Garry McCoy
6:10pm MotoGP™ Riders Pol Espargaro, Bradley Smith, Mike Jones, Karel Abraham, Tito Rabat, Valentino Rossi
6:25pm MotoGP™ Riders Franco Morbidelli, Tom Luthi, Aleix Espargaro, Scott Redding, Xavier Simeon

*All times subject to change. All sessions last approximately 10-15 minutes.

Sunday 28 October 2018

9:55am Legends Wayne Gardner, Jeremy Burgess, Garry McCoy

*All times subject to change. All sessions last approximately 10-15 minutes.

How to Get an Autograph

All sessions (excluding MotoGP™)

All signing sessions held at the Spokes Entertainment Stage, excluding MotoGP™, are run on a first-come, first-served basis from the general queue.

Priority wristbands for MotoGP™ sessions

As MotoGP™ sessions are very popular, and the riders are on a tight schedule, a priority wristband is required to obtain an autograph for these sessions only.

Priority wristbands can be obtained at the Spokes Entertainment Stage at 9:00am on Friday and/or Saturday through a raffle process, which is outlined below.

The MotoGP™ riders attending each session are only advised and announced on the day of the session.

How to obtain a priority wristband

For your chance to receive a priority wristband for a MotoGP™ session, please note the following steps:

  1. Arrive at the Spokes Entertainment Stage at 9:00am on Friday and/or Saturday.
  2. There will be one queue. To enter the queue, you will be required to present a valid ticket of entry to the event. No credential holders will be permitted.
  3. Raffle tickets will be handed out to patrons in the queue. Only one raffle ticket per person, per day is permitted.
  4. If you receive a winning raffle ticket you will be able to immediately select one priority wristband for a MotoGP™ session of your choice on that day. Priority wristbands are limited and will be available until each session is full.

If you are one of the lucky priority wristband recipients, you can enjoy your day at the circuit and return to the priority queue for your chosen session by showing your priority wristband before the session begins.

Please note, limited priority wristbands are available for each session. All riders and session times are subject to change and availability. Any patrons not adhering to the rules of receiving an autograph at the Spokes Entertainment Stage at any time will be removed from the area and omitted from any further sessions.

How many autographs can I get?

To ensure as many people as possible get a chance to meet their favourite riders, only one item per person is to be signed.

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