Neste World RX of Riga
Neste World RX of Riga
World RX FIA

New Tickets

Ticket prices of Neste World RX of Rīga relate to the location of the particular sector and thereby visibility of the circuit. Click on the sector to find out more.

VIP A D ST

Grandstand A

Full visibility of rallycross circuit, especially start/finish straight, and first corners of the circuit. Part of the Grandstand A has roof. Grandstand is near main entrance. Seating is not numbered, while the individual seats will be separated to ensure regulations of social distancing are met.

  • Paddock is closed for spectators.

Price: €95 SOLD OUT

Grandstand B

Will not be available in 2020.

Price: NOT AVAILABLE

Grandstand C

Will not be available in 2020.

Price: NOT AVAILABLE

Grandstand D

Approximately 50% visibility of rallycross circuit. Seating is not numbered, while the individual seats will be separated to ensure regulations of social distancing are met.

  • Paddock is closed for spectators.

Price: €35 SOLD OUT

General access

Standing zone will be created alongside gravel section of the rallycross circuit. In comparison to 2019, the zone will be considerably expanded – including zones previously known as ST, Grandstand D, and VIP. Slightly obstructed visibility. It will be allowed to bring your own chairs, steps, and other similar high-rise objects. Spectators from General Access ST will not be allowed to walk to the other side of the circuit (to Grandstand A or Grandstand D).

  • Paddock is closed for spectators.

Price: €40

  • Entrance ticket price to one round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship – either on Saturday or Sunday.

VIP tickets

In 2020 VIP Zone of Neste World RX of Rīga will be located where Grandstand B was usually built – along start/finish straight, right next to the first corners of the rallycross lap. VIP ticket will grant you access to both days of rallycross, to Round 5 and Round 6 of the 2020 FIA World Rallycross Championship. Guests of VIP Zone will have a dedicated car parking, small grandstand, as well as food and refreshing drinks.

  • Paddock is closed for spectators.

Price: €400

  • Entrance ticket price to two rounds of the FIA World Rallycross Championship – both on Saturday and Sunday.

Buy tickets
Category Price, EUR
Additional information
General access ST 40,00 Entrance ticket price to one round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship – either on Saturday or Sunday
Grandstand D SOLD OUT
Grandstand B NOT AVAILABLE
Grandstand A SOLD OUT
Grandstand VIP 400,00 Entrance ticket price to two rounds of the FIA World Rallycross Championship – both on Saturday and Sunday.

Children who will not have reached 7 years of age on the day of Neste World RX of Latvia can attend the event for free, while children aged between 7 and 12 (including) years of age at the day of the event can buy a ticket with a 25% (ST) or a 50% (VIP) discount. You will need to show a valid document proving the age of the child at the entrance to CSDD Biķernieki Circuit.

Important information for those, who have purchased Neste World RX of Rīga entrance ticket starting from November 2019, and up to July 2020. Please read the full info HERE.

 

NESTE WORLD RX OF RĪGA SPECTATOR RULES

SIA “RA EVENTS” (organiser) is the only representative in Latvia, which, according to the licence/agreement, can organise an FIA World Rallycross Championship round in Latvia (Event) on September 19 and 20, 2020, in the Biķernieki Complex Sports Base (Venue). The event rules for all attendees who have bought a ticket or are present at the event venue (spectators) are listed below.

Buying a ticket, holding it and being at the event venue is an acknowledgement that the spectator has read, and agreed with, these rules.

1. ENTRY TICKET

1.1.         Entry tickets to the event can be bought in all Biļešu Serviss locations and/or online at www.bilesuserviss.lv.

1.2.         Only the tickets bought in Biļešu Serviss locations (in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia and online) are valid for entry into the event.

1.3.         Each ticket has a unique bar code. The unique bar code can be used to enter the event venue once, so entrance will be allowed only to the first spectator giving a particular ticket for scanning at the venue.

1.4.         The ticket, in printed form, must be shown at entrance to the venue. Spectators must carefully preserve the tickets until the event, so that the unique bar code is not damaged. Organiser does not bear any responsibility about tickets with bar codes that are unreadable (cannot be scanned) at the entrance of the event and/or tickets that have already been scanned.

1.5.         In order to protect yourselves from buying counterfeit tickets, please buy tickets only in the locations specified by the organiser.

1.6.         Copying and/or illegally duplicating the tickets, as well as counterfeiting and illegal reproduction of the tickets is strictly forbidden, and is a criminal offense.

1.7.         Organiser will immediately inform law enforcement institutions on persons selling or using for entry counterfeit tickets. The person purchasing a counterfeit ticket bears all the associated risk.

1.8.         Damaged or counterfeit tickets are not valid, and cannot be returned to the organiser.

1.9.         Organiser does not bear any responsibility for unused tickets, and these will not be refunded.

1.10.      When buying tickets, spectators cannot pick a particular seat in the chosen sector; the seats are not numbered.

2. ENTRANCE IN THE EVENT

2.1.         Entrance in the event is possible only with a valid ticket. At the venue entrance, the unique bar code of the ticket will be read (scanned), and, according to the chosen sector, the spectator will receive a wristband that needs to be put around the wrist in a way that it is impossible to take off without tearing it.

2.2.         The wristband must be around the wrist of the spectator throughout the event – depending from the ticket category – one or both days of the event. After day one, the spectator must not damage or remove the wristband if he/she wishes to attend day two of the event (applies to VIP zone spectators only).

2.3.         It is strictly forbidden to give your wristband to another person.

2.4.         Organiser has the right to check these wristbands at the entrance and exit of the venue, as well as inside it. The spectator must have the wristband, and it cannot be damaged, opened, or given to another person.

2.5.         A spectator without a wristband will have to leave the venue immediately and, depending on the circumstances, a decision will be made regarding involving law enforcement. If damaged, opened and otherwise invalid wristbands are found, the organiser has a right to expel a spectator in possession of such a wristband from the venue, while confiscating the damaged wristband, as well as to get in touch with law enforcement regarding this person. A decision on whether a wristband is damaged is made by the organiser, or an appointed person, based on a visual inspection of it, compared to a valid wristband.

2.6.         For spectators whose wristband has been confiscated because of invalid wristband, inappropriate behavior or others reasons, has no rights to get back in venue by receiving new wristband on entrance.

2.7.         For the VIP zone spectators second day of the event can only be attended with a valid and undamaged wristband, if the ticket had been exchanged for a wristband on day one of the event.

2.8.         Wristbands will differ based on spectator’s chosen sector for viewing the event. When attending the event, spectators can only sit in the sector for which they bought a ticket and received a wristband.

2.9.         Wristbands that allow spectators to enter the paddock will be listed at the entrance of it.

2.10.      Wristbands are not given to children who are younger than 7 years of age at the day of the event.

3. PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

3.1.         At entrance of the event, the person with a disability must show a valid disability certificate. If a person does not have such a document, the organiser has a right to not let this person, and their assistant, inside the venue.

3.2.         People with movement based disabilities, including those in wheelchairs – with or without an assistant: if the assistant to the disabled person has been assigned by law, the assistant will be able to buy a ticket for a special price of 10.00 EUR at all Biļešu Serviss locations or online at www.bilesuserviss.lv. This ticket will allow the assistant to enter the event along with the person with disabilities on both days.

3.3.         Only one person can be an assistant to a person with disabilities on both days of the event.

3.4.         People with movement based disabilities, including those in wheelchairs, attend the event on 20.09.2020., watching the event from A grandstand, and their assistants will have seats next to them.

3.5.         For person with disabilities who is Latvian citizen and doesn’t move in wheelchair it is possible to buy ticket for especially reduced price – 1.00 EUR in Grandstand D. They can purchase this ticket at www.bilesuserviss.lv or at all Biļešu Serviss locations.

3.6.         In case if person with disabilities is child, who is not older than 18, childs assistant must purchase Grandstand D ticket for 1.00 EUR.

3.7.         Organiser would like to remind spectators to buy event tickets in advance, as their number is limited. Organiser has the right to stop selling tickets and/or not allow attendance to more people than the venue can hold safely. The maximum number of spectators in each sector is limited.

3.8.         The rules listed above only apply to people whose disability certificate has been issued in Latvia.

4. CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS

4.1.         Children who are not yet 7 years of age at the day of the event can attend the event free of charge, if they do not take up a separate seat in the grandstands. Throughout the venue event, all children must be supervised by adults (either parents or guardians). Parents or guardians are personally responsible for their underage children and their safety.

4.2.         Children aged from 7 to 12 (including, must be 12 years of age at the day of the event) years of age can buy a Junior ticket, which gives a 25% discount from the ticket price in A, B, D and STANDING zone ST.

4.3.         Children aged from 7 to 12 (including, must be 12 years of age at the day of the event) years of age can buy a Junior ticket, which gives a 50% discount from the ticket price in the VIP sector. (Tickets available until 26.06.2020.)

4.4.         At entrance to the venue, children up to (and including) 6 years of age can be asked to show a valid ID. Children and teenagers aged between 7 and 12 years of age, if they have bought a Junior ticket, must show a valid ID at the entrance of the venue.

4.5.         Children and teenagers up to (and including) 16 years of age must be supervised by adults. Organiser bears no responsibility of the safety of children if they do not obey these rules and/or are not being supervised by an adult.

5. LATVIAN RETIREES

5.1.         Organiser will give a 10% discount from ticket prices to Latvian retirees. (Tickets available until 26.06.2020.)

5.2.         At entrance to the venue, the retirees have to show a valid Latvian retiree certificate in addition to the ticket.

6. COMMERCIAL PROHIBITIONS

6.1.         It is strictly forbidden to use the event, its website or tickets in any advertising, marketing campaigns, giveaways, lotteries, contests, and/or other activities without consent from the organiser.

6.2.         Any action that can create a false impression of a collaboration with the organiser is forbidden.

6.3.         If the use of tickets is found to have been used in advertising, marketing campaigns, giveaways, lotteries, contests and/or other activities without consent from the organiser, a fine of 5000 EUR (five thousand euro) must be paid to the organiser for each such instance.

6.4.         Sales of goods or services, marketing or advertising activities and/or other activities with the objective to benefit or popularize a good and/or service at the event are only allowed with written consent from the organiser.

6.5.         Any commercial activity at the event is strictly forbidden without a written consent from the organiser.

6.6.         If unauthorized commercial activities, marketing or advertising activities and/or other activities are found during the event, the transgressor must pay a fine of 5000 EUR (five thousand euro) to the organiser for each such instance, and the organiser has a right to expel the transgressor from the event and confiscate the products used as part of the activities.

6.7.         In case of transgressions to rules regarding tickets, and especially in case of transgressions to underarticle 6 of these rules, the transgressor, in addition to the aforementioned fine, will be responsible for any losses incurred by the organiser due to these actions, up to and including the loss of the organising licence or other losses that have been caused by this transgression.

6.8.         If organisers finds out commercial violation, organisers have rights to demand fine with and person or company which recieves bill about commercial violation has to pay it.

7. DURING THE EVENT

7.1.         By being present in the event, a spectator agrees that he/she can be filmed and/or photographed during the event, and videos or photos that include the spectator can be used for commercial, including advertising, purposes without any payment or copyrights issues.

7.2.         Spectators are prohibited from filming the event.

7.3.         Spectators are prohibited from photographing the event, if the pictures are to be used for commercial purposes. If unsanctioned event photos are found to be on sale, a fine of 2000 EUR (two thousand euro) must be paid by the transgressor.

7.4.         Spectator agrees that, in order to provide a safe environment for everyone, he/she can be asked to show valid ID/tickets and can be subject to a bag check.

7.5.         Organiser has a right to change the event programme without prior warning.

7.6.         Organiser bears no responsibility on the quality of the foods, drinks or any merchandise sold in the venue. Full responsibility of the quality of these aforementioned products is borne by the particular service or goods provider.

7.7.         Organiser bears no responsibility about any possible checks or work done by governmental institutions during the event.

7.8.         Sale of alcoholic beverages in the venue is in accordance with the Latvian “Alkoholisko dzērienu aprites likums” (Law of alcoholic beverage circulation), which states that it is illegal to sell alcoholic beverages to persons younger than 18 years of age, and it is illegal for these persons to buy such beverages. In order to verify the age of a person, a retailer must ask for a valid ID. For persons aged 18 to 25, it is necessary to show a valid ID when buying an alcoholic beverage regardless of a retailer asking for it.

7.9.         It is prohibited to sell energy drinks to persons under the age of 18 years and these persons are not allowed to purchase them. In order to verify the age of a person, a retailer must ask for a valid ID.

7.10.      Organiser has a right to refuse selling alcoholic beverages to spectators who are intoxicated and/or in such a state that they can be a danger to themselves or others.

7.11.      At the venue, it is forbidden to video and/or make sound recordings, play music and records with sound amplifying devices, or show videos in public.

7.12.      Spectators must also respect any rules not written in this document, which have been given out by the organiser before or during the event.

7.13.      Part of the event content is produced in English and might not be translated.

8. SAFETY

8.1.         Motorsports can be dangerous! Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions, accidents can happen. Please be aware that you are spectating at your own risk.

8.2.         Spectators must themselves evaluate whether they are safe at the venue.

8.3.         Organiser or an appointed person has the right to not let in or expel spectators from the venue, if the behaviour of a spectator interferes or could interfere with other spectators and/or the organiser, and/or the safety and well-being of the competitors, or in cases when a spectator does not follow these rules or directions from the organiser. If the spectator will be expelled from the venue, the spectator’s wristband will be confiscated. The spectator has no rights to get back in venue by receiving new wristband.

8.4.         Spectators can be searched at the entrance as a safety precaution.

8.5.         It is strictly forbidden to enter the venue with weapons, explosives, drugs and/or alcohol. If any of the aforementioned items are found with a spectator, the organiser or an appointed person has the right to confiscate these items and expel the spectator from the event.

8.6.         It is strictly forbidden to use, sell, keep or bring drugs into the venue.

8.7.         It is forbidden for spectators to bring motorized transportation and/or bikes, skateboards, giro scooters or scooters into the venue.

8.8.         As a safety precaution, it is forbidden to bring strollers (baby carriers) into the tribunes.

8.9.         At the entrance of the event, items prohibited from bringing into the venue (professional video equipment, photo and video hardware stands, drugs and other intoxicating substances, food, alcoholic beverages, as well as non-alcoholic beverages (with the exception of special food and beverages for toddlers and children up to and including 3 years of age), large objects and objects that can endanger or cause discomfort for other spectators or organisers (weapons, explosives, knives, gas containers, laser pens, glass objects, metallic and wooden flag sticks etc.) will be confiscated.

8.10.      Spectators who have bought tickets in the standing room sector can bring picnic chairs and/or step stools into the venue.

8.11.      Paddock is closed to spectators.

8.12.      Spectators must care for their safety and well-being when in the paddock and the event venue.

8.13.      Children and teens up to (and including) 12 years of age can only enter the paddock with an adult.

8.14.      Organiser does not bear any responsibility about injuries sustained by spectators during the event.

8.15.      Organiser does not bear any responsibility about damaged, lost or stolen personal belongings.

8.16.      It is forbidden to use an open fire in the event venue.

8.17.      It is forbidden to bring animals (except service dogs) into the event venue.

8.18.      Spectators must follow the directions given by the organiser and their appointed persons, including the safety and security teams.

9. ENVIRONMENT

9.1.         When entering the event, please use the e-ticket instead of printed ticket.

9.2.         Spectators must treat the environment with care. Organisers ask to place any trash in the specified areas or trashcans.

9.3.         Always clean your area when leaving!

10. CARS AND PARKING

10.1.      Organiser does not bear any responsibility about cars that are parked near, or inside, the event venue.

11. MINIMIZING THE RISK OF COVID-19 SPREAD
11.1.      Those regulations and restrictions are based on the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers, the regulations and recommendations of the Ministry of Health, the Center for Disease Prevention and Control, the WHO and the FIA.
11.2.      The number of people allowed in Latvia on outdoor events in September is 3000 people – no more than 3000 spectators will be able to attend the event every day.
11.3.      Spectators must comply with all national restrictions and regulations to limit the spread of Covid-19.
11.4.      Spectators throughout the event area must observe a distance of at least 2 meters from other persons, households, incl. at the entrance of the event.
11.5.      The organiser determinates that spectators must arrive in the event or bring with them a face mask or mouth-nose cover.
11.6.      In the event area, spectators are asked to use both – hand disinfectants and / or wash their hands regularly in running (preferably / where available – warm) water with soap, washing them for at least 20 seconds.
11.7.      Upon entering the event, body temperature will be measured. If the body temperature will exceed 37.3°C (after re-measured the second time) spectators will not be allowed to enter the event.
11.8.      It is forbidden to be in the event area for those who have to be on isolation, self-isolation or home quarantine, or if the person has signs of respiratory infectious disease.
11.9.      Spectators are not allowed to approach the participants of the event (contact closer than 2 meters, including selfies, hugs, etc.).
11.10.      Warning signs will be used throughout event, as well as the organiser has the rights to announce warnings and rules to spectators by event’s personnel; spectators must follow all instructions and follow the rules, which are also announced at the competition venue and are not included in these rules.
11.11.      Spectators are encouraged to take a responsibility for any restrictions and instructions, as failure to do so will result in the event organiser reserving the rights to expel spectators who do not comply with national and / or event rules.

 

These rules have been revised on 07.09.2020.

 

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