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    I was planning to go to Austin for MotoGP and was curious if anyone had any recommendations for the ticket purchase. Is General Admission good enough, or is it worth getting one of the upgrades. I'll be taking my 7 year old son as well. Thanks!
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    I have done the VIP and grandstand seating. The VIP is stupid expensive luckily my company sponsored me with a client. I went on my own dime and really enjoyed the main grandstand. Lot of good tvs to catch all of the action on the track. If you want to enjoy the grid action book the seats outside the covered area.
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    Pics. View from grid on the VIP side. Also picture of screens on the VIP wall for grid grandstand seating is really good.
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    Best seats in the house are turns 12-15. Look at the track map and you will see what I mean. Try to get as high up in the bleachers as possible. Front row is the worst row.

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