Mark your calendar for the April 15 to 17 for the 2011 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Southern California's leading automotive race rallye is also a leader in organizing exhibitions for racing fans and premium programs customized to the special passions of race spectators.
The marketing staff of the Toyota Grand Prix have developed an innovative set of spectator programs at different price levels to maximize attendance and fan loyalty. The most dedicated race fans can purchase reserved seating for all three days of the event for $88 to $130. Day passes without reserved seating start at just $26 for the Friday afternoon opening. Visitors can go behind the scenes with a pass to the race pit at $25 for one day or $40 for the three day event.
Visitors can also enjoy an elite program comparable to box seating at the SuperBowl for a fraction of the cost. The Vista Club provides a spectacular view of the entire race course and all the racing action from the penthouse level of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Beverages and refreshments are included in the package price of $450. Photographers are more than welcome. The Super Photo Ticket offers exclusive access to the best vantage points and photo rights that can help upshift your sports photography career. Premium tickets often sell out, so now is the best time to get the best selection.
The exhibition areas have much to give all visitors an insiders view of the race rallye experience. The Family Fun BMX bicycle challenges. Classic race cars and race car customization equipment will also be shown. Free concerts willl enliven the exhibit area on Friday and Saturday.will feature electric race cars for young racers in training and
If automotive racing is not quite in the reach of your adrenaline level or credit card limit, you can still have an official Grand Prix race vehicle in your garage. The event's sponsor is the affordable and infinitively drivable 2011 Toyota Corolla.