Spring has sprung, and the hearts and minds of motorcyclists nationwide have turned to… MotoGP! They’ve already had three rounds of the international series (two in Qatar and one in Portugal), and it’s been flag-to-flag excitement in all Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP. In MotoGP, just 23 points separate the top five in the standings, and the season has 18 rounds left!

Although the U.S. round has been postponed, there’s still hope for the best racers that the world has to offer will turn up in Austin, Texas, for the USGP at the Circuit of the Americas in November-ish. So, to build excitement among MO’s loyal readers, we’ve managed to secure a huge sweepstakes package of MotoGP-related stuff that’s sure to get a racing fan’s heart…uh…racing.

Thanks to MO mothership VerticalScope Inc, we are giving away three prize packages worth $868. Three lucky winners who fill out the form linked below will receive:

  1. $200 gift certificates for MotoGP gear at www.virtus70.com, the U.S. distributor for licensed MotoGP swag.
  2. A free VideoPass to MotoGP.com for the 2021 season and access to the huge archives of racing on the site. Save yourself $168!
  3. Two full-weekend grandstand passes to the Austin round of MotoGP, a prize worth $250. (If the event gets scuttled in 2021, the passes will be good for 2022)

What do we want in exchange for this swell swag? Your email address. Oh, and we’re so confident the three winners will love this contest, we’re sure they’ll keep reading MO’s free content forever!

Let’s take a look at past USGPs, shall we?

Suzuki’s Alex Rins, you’ll recall, won the last USGP in 2019 (Rossi 2nd!), after Marc Marquez fell out of a big lead on the factory Honda. Then fell again trying to pick it up. Then a third time.

From the inaugural Texas round in 2013, all the way through 2018, though, Marquez was unstoppable at Circuit of the Americas, winning all five of those MotoGPs. In 2021, if Austin happens, it will be at the end of the season, and if MM93 makes good in his comeback bid, it will be a thrilling thing to see from what’s a pretty good spectator’s track, capable of packing in 120,000 fans.

Away from the track, Austin’s a great getaway destination all by itself, with some of the best barbecue and beer, music, lake swimming, bat watching, and country-accented nightlife in the country. And let’s not forget the riding options in the Texas Hill Country.

What’s stopping you? Click the link. Fill out the form. Plan your trip to Austin!

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