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Wet weather measures in place to maximise the MotoGP™ experience

Friday, 14 October 2022

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The much-anticipated return of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix has coincided with wet weather, but this won’t dampen the excitement for our fans. The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) has introduced a number of measures to ensure fans are prepared and have the best time possible.

Due to recent rainfall across the region, public parking in and around the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit has been impacted by wet ground conditions, leaving most circuit parking unusable across all event days.


Free ‘Park and Ride’ shuttle services between Cowes and the circuit will run each day, with approximately 270 buses across the weekend. The ‘Park and Ride’ shuttles will operate from 7.30 am until 8.00 pm each day, with accessible options available. These free shuttles will leave from eight designated stops along Thompson Avenue in Cowes, with free car parking available in surrounding streets.

In addition, Catch-A-Coach services will run from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne and Lang Lang on all three event days, with additional services from Clayton and Cranbourne on Sunday.

It's your last chance to secure Grandstand tickets to Race Day at the Animoca Brands Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2022.

A drop-off and pick-up point will be available on Gap Road, near Gate 3, for those wishing to drop off and pick up their family and friends and maximise their time at the circuit.

Motorcycle parking will be available on or near the circuit, with directions provided to riders on arrival.

These changed arrangements are to ensure the safety of all fans, to avoid vehicles from becoming bogged and to make their access to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit as efficient as possible in the conditions.

AGPC would like to thank staff, contractors and the Phillip Island community for their hard work and support in making these new measures possible. We’re thrilled to be welcoming fans back on circuit safely after three long years - back where we belong.

We appreciate the patience and understanding of everyone as we continue to monitor and evolve our plans in line with the conditions.

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