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Day of Stars Thursday July 2, 2009

Thursday, July 2nd 2009, 8:00am – 4:00pm
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Turn 4
$500 tax deductable donation per person*

Join us for an exclusive behind
the scenes look at MotoGP!

Held on the Thursday immediately before the Red Bull US Grand Prix weekend, this one-day exclusive event provides you an opportunity to meet MotoGP stars, both past and present. Grand Prix legend and Riders for Health co-founder Randy Mamola is emceeing the event so it promises to be entertaining!

Day of Stars benefits Riders for Health – the international charity that uses motorcycles to save lives in Africa. Learn more about Riders at: Day of Stars is supported by Riders for Health USA Chapters. Find your local chapter at

Each year more MotoGP Stars attend. 2008 attendees included: Loris Capirossi, Randy DePuniet, Colin Edwards, Tony Elias, Sylvain Guintoli, Marco Melandri, Ben Spies and James Toseland in addition to Grand Prix legends, Randy Mamola, Eddie Lawson, Wayne Rainey and Kenny Roberts.

Space is extremely limited so don't delay. To secure your ticket for this memorable event CLICK HERE (and scroll to bottom of tickets page)

Day of Stars Event Schedule
7:30 am
Turn 4 VIP Suites parking area opens
8:00 am
Continental breakfast at Turn 4 VIP Suites
8:45 am
Briefing on the day’s activities
9:00 am
Motorcycle tour of Carmel Valley wine country
1:00 pm
Arrive back at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Turn 4 VIP Suites
1:30 pm
Lunch with special guests Randy Mamola, Wayne Rainey, Don Emde, MotoGP Stars and other celebrities
2:30 pm
Exclusive behind-the-scenes MotoGP paddock and pit lane tour
3:30 pm
Motorcycle parade laps around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
(van provided for those who are not on a motorcycle)

*Please note: Your ticket for Day of Stars is a tax deductible donation made to Riders for Health II, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. Your ticket includes a VIP parking pass for the entire weekend (motorcycle or car) but does not include general admission or seating for the MotoGP events.


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