The Plan for Adding Pgsoft Slot Indonesia in Indonesian MotoGP Spectators at the Mandalika Circuit to Increase from 63 Thousand to 100 Thousand, Jokowi Calls Agree
The response of MotoGP fans to the Indonesian MotoGP at the Mandalika Circuit, Lombok in March is very high.
Therefore, there is an option to increase the ticket quota from 63 thousand to 100 thousand spectators. According to the Minister of Economy Airlangga Hartanto, President Joko Widodo has approved the plan to add tickets to the MotoGP race at the Mandalika Circuit.
“Regarding the MotoGP audience tickets according to yesterday’s meeting, there was an additional request from 63,000 to 100 thousand,” said Minister Airlangga at a virtual press conference on Sunday (16/01/2022).
“Well, this is the President who has given his approval. It’s just a matter of implementation later,” he continued.
Of course, the situation for the implementation of the Indonesian MotoGP also still depends on how the number of COVID-19 in the country is.
Moreover, it was previously predicted that the new variant of Omicron would enter the highest transmission phase in February to March.
Previously, President Joko Widodo highlighted various preparations to welcome the Indonesian MotoGP at the Mandalika Circuit. He asked that infrastructure preparations be completed in February.
“Therefore, this must be prepared, and I asked earlier in February, everything can be completed,” said Jokowi after visiting the Gerupuk Village Homestay, Central Lombok, NTB, broadcast on the Presidential Secretariat Youtube via Liputan6.com, Friday (14/1).
He said the Lombok International Airport Bypass road to the Mandalika Circuit, which is the location for the MotoGP, would be improved and beautified. Jokowi wants MotoGP participants and spectators to be treated to an aesthetic view during the trip to the Mandalika Circuit.
“We hope that from the airport to Mandalika, the Mandalika Circuit will really bring guests to beauty, to good aesthetics,” he explained.
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