We hope you bought your tickets to the San Francisco premiere of Fastest, Mark Neale’s latest MotoGP documentary, because our screening, co-sponsered by the San Francisco Dainese Store, has sold out. If you happen to fall into the group of GP junkies who haven’t purchased tickets to the SF Fastest screening, you’ll be happy to know that we’ve left 20 or so tickets waiting for you at the box office, but you’ll have to pick them up in person, and by pick them up, we mean walk/ride/swim to the Embarcadero Center Cinema right now.
For those of you who already purchased your tickets, you’ll be happy to know that we’ve got a fun evening planned for you. Director Mark Neale will be on-hand to do a Q&A about making Fastest, and we’ve got some nice items to raffle off to attendees, with all proceeds going to Asphalt & Rubber‘s favorite charity: Riders for Health. The official charity of MotoGP, Riders for Health is an international non-profit organization that provides motorcycles (and rider safety and maintenance) to healthcare workers in Africa.
In case you missed the details before, Fastest will have a one-night screening at the Embarcadero Center Cinema (1 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA). The screening is at 7pm on Thursday, December 8th. Tickets are $10.50, and are now only available at the door…for probably the next 36 seconds. Come ride to the event, as we plan on having a helmet check service available, and be sure to head to the after party at The Holding Company when the theater kicks us all out. See you there!
Movie: Fastest the Movie