Who are these people standing in luxury on the track?

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1/21/2018 11:29 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2018 11:31 PM

Who are these people and why are they standing out on the track?

Where and when do they go to the bathroom?
How do they buy 15 dollar beers and 10 dollar hot dogs?

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"What happens to your hands when you crash?"
"I put my hands up real quick to protect my sunglasses"

1/21/2018 11:32 PM

There’s a green walkway to the left.

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1/21/2018 11:54 PM

Those are the bros who party in socal

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1/22/2018 12:00 AM

A mix of paying customers, and VIPs. I've seen people I know from companies inside and outside of the MX industry.

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1/22/2018 12:27 AM

GuyB wrote:

A mix of paying customers, and VIPs. I've seen people I know from companies inside and outside of the MX industry.

any idea what it costs to buy a ticket for this?

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1/22/2018 12:33 AM

Dax Shepard and Ryan Hansen were in there I saw from their instagram story

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1/22/2018 12:46 AM

I'm not a fan of taking up floor space for bleachers.

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1/22/2018 4:03 AM

tcallahan707 wrote:

I'm not a fan of taking up floor space for bleachers.

they could have parked a perfectly good boat in that spot

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1/22/2018 4:22 AM

Could have made the track longer too. They waste so much space in baseball stadiums with the track layout.

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1/22/2018 5:57 AM

GuyB wrote:

A mix of paying customers, and VIPs. I've seen people I know from companies inside and outside of the MX industry.

scott_nz wrote:

any idea what it costs to buy a ticket for this?

And where/how do you buy these tickets?

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1/22/2018 6:15 AM

These aren't for sale. Feld is testing this concept for corporate VIP level involvement.

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1/22/2018 6:48 AM

those ferns add a classy touch

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1/22/2018 6:57 AM

I think VIP sections suck. Mainly because I won’t afford it but also because they line the track with these sections for the cake eatin bastards and the common people don’t have ability to view from a good vantage point. I’m speaking about outdoors primarily.

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1/22/2018 7:08 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/22/2018 7:09 AM

Forty wrote:

I think VIP sections suck. Mainly because I won’t afford it but also because they line the track with these sections for the ...more

They do that at muddy creek too, the best vantage point for the big bomber jump and the straight away right after it are covered with VIP tents and fencing.

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1/22/2018 7:09 AM

I did VIP at MXGP. It was awesome. Literally watched the race shoulder to shoulder with Reed, Marvin and RC. Had Antonio and Jeffery staged 2 feet away in each race and my wife was literally hi fiving jill Cox, Matilde and Ellie. Was so worth the money. When we first got there it was just us and Tony, Eli, Jeffery and RC who were getting interviewed by Malin in there. We were treated amazing.

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

1/22/2018 7:11 AM

Great idea for Feld. It seemed like both Anaheim's brought some big name actors and athletes to see the races. What a way to sell the sport!!

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1/22/2018 7:14 AM

Did you notice the guy checking out the female reporters ass (can't think of her name) when she was talking about the VIP section?

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Take it to the limit, one more time!

1/22/2018 7:25 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/22/2018 7:25 AM

mx317 wrote:

Did you notice the guy checking out the female reporters ass (can't think of her name) when she was talking about the VIP ...more

There is a funny thread with still shots here somewhere. I think it's the "Juliana wearing to much clothes" thread

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

1/22/2018 7:49 AM

FLmxer wrote:

I did VIP at MXGP. It was awesome. Literally watched the race shoulder to shoulder with Reed, Marvin and RC. Had Antonio and ...more

Yessir! It was excellent! Well worth the $400.

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1/22/2018 7:51 AM

Those are ppl who don't actually care about the race. I like to be up a decent amount so I can see the whole race. For practice that would be a cool spot though.

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1/22/2018 7:58 AM

mx317 wrote:

Did you notice the guy checking out the female reporters ass (can't think of her name) when she was talking about the VIP ...more

I saw that. It was Juliana I think. I wondered if that was his wife standing next to him oblivious to it. He wasn't very covert about it but he did look like he was enjoying his night at the race.

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1/22/2018 8:07 AM

You want to experience VIP done right, do one at a GP race! I was lucky enough to have VIP when attending the Namur GP in 2006... and let me tell ya, it wasn't cheap, but man was it first class

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Positively, absolutely 110% obsessed with anything MOTO.

1/22/2018 8:17 AM

rmoto003 wrote:

Those are the bros who party in socal

You must prove you are a Temecula resident too.

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"Who cares about what other people think"

1/22/2018 8:26 AM

My wife watches those real housewifes from every freakin town you can think of shows. She said one of the chicks in that section was from one of those shows. She also got to ride the track with some free tutoring from MC. Celebrities....eehhhh. Best seats in the stadium and they're probably more concerned about getting their face in front of a camera and posting how cool they are on instagram than what's happening on the track.

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1/22/2018 8:48 AM

sumdood wrote:

My wife watches those real housewifes from every freakin town you can think of shows. She said one of the chicks in that ...more

You can't see shit from down there. This is why the 200 section at Anaheim costs more than the 100 section

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"What happens to your hands when you crash?"
"I put my hands up real quick to protect my sunglasses"

1/22/2018 9:03 AM

sumdood wrote:

My wife watches those real housewifes from every freakin town you can think of shows. She said one of the chicks in that ...more

enketchum wrote:

You can't see shit from down there. This is why the 200 section at Anaheim costs more than the 100 section

Yep. I was down there once with a company and an all access pass a few times. It sucks for viewing if you are actually watching the races or one guy as you have to constantly turn in circles.

If you want to bro down, it's great. I don't give a crap about celebrities, as most of them are nutcases anyway. Even the normal ones are nuts.

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1/22/2018 9:04 AM

enketchum wrote:

You can't see shit from down there. This is why the 200 section at Anaheim costs more than the 100 section

The middle raised section isn't bad as far as viewing the entire track and is obviously as close as you can get to the action. The start view is unbeatable as well for first time visitors, celebs, non-endemic corporate types, etc.

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1/22/2018 9:08 AM

sumdood wrote:

My wife watches those real housewifes from every freakin town you can think of shows. She said one of the chicks in that ...more

enketchum wrote:

You can't see shit from down there. This is why the 200 section at Anaheim costs more than the 100 section

Jt$ wrote:

The middle raised section isn't bad as far as viewing the entire track and is obviously as close as you can get to the action. ...more

Always can watch the big screens too

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1/22/2018 9:14 AM

sumdood wrote:

My wife watches those real housewifes from every freakin town you can think of shows. She said one of the chicks in that ...more

enketchum wrote:

You can't see shit from down there. This is why the 200 section at Anaheim costs more than the 100 section

Ding ding ding I never sit in the first 35 rows or so. I can watch the races like many others from the track. I always go find me a good viewing spot. This is where I watched the race from as wellPhoto

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1/22/2018 9:58 AM

scott_nz wrote:

any idea what it costs to buy a ticket for this?

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