India is set to host the first MotoGP World Championship Race


The Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida will host the inaugural MotoGP World Championship Race in India. In order to organize the top two-wheel racing event in India for the following seven years. MotoGP commercial rights owner Dorna and Noida-based race producers Fairstreet Sports signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Wednesday. The competition is known as the “Grand Prix of Bharat.”

“MotoGP also has plans to also introduce MotoE into the Indian racing scenario which will not only be a first in Asia but a significant green initiative with net zero carbon emission,” the promoters of the event said in a release.

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MotoGP World Championship Race benefits to India

The Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix previously took place at the Buddh International Circuit from 2011 until 2013. However, it was abandoned owing to regulatory, financial, and tax challenges. The Buddh International Circuit will host the MotoGP race.

This event will attract riders from as many as 19 nations and create jobs. It will also significantly boost trade and tourism in the nation, according to the press release.

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Future prospect of MotoGP

The MotoGP World Championship Race in India also provides a major chance for the owners. As this event is equally incredible and profitable in an Asian country. The two-wheel vehicles sporting competition will allow manufacturers and partners to gain hundred of millions.

Union Sports Minister Shri Anurag Thakur added: “India could potentially be one of MotoGP’s biggest markets in terms of viewership as well as revenue.”

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