Motogp India, Dorna wants to work for a race in New Delhi

Motogp wants India, Dorna to work for a race in New Delhi –

Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna) met with local institutions and organizers: “The race here will be an important milestone for the championship”

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ROME – India’s Motogp is more than a hypothesis. The first steps of our role, intent on working on a possible future access to the World Championships in the country: Dorna Sports CEO, Carmelo EzpeletaHe recently traveled to India to meet with local authorities and potential Fairstreet Sports organisers. The first stage was held at the Buddh International Circuit, outside New Delhi, where the MotoGP event could be staged. In addition, the delegation traveled to Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, the region where the circuit is located, to meet the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, and Minister of Industrial Development, Nand Gopal “Nandy”. The visit then concluded with a presentation held in New Delhi in front of the local media and representatives of the motorcycle industry who demonstrated the high expectation that exists in the country towards MotoGP.

EZPELETA: “Big two-wheel market in the country”

“India is a large country as well as a market and is particularly important for the two-wheeler industry and the Motogp industry, which here boasts a large fan base,” says Ispeleta. “Being able to bring the MotoGP event to life will be a great spectacle for our fans and at the same time allow us to grow the sport in the region.. It will be very important to all of our partners and manufacturers, especially given the hundreds of millions of two-wheeled vehicles on these roads. We would very much like to see the realization of this project and to bring these amazing MotoGP bikes in front of Indian fans.” The race in India will be a representation of our commitment to opening the doors to the sport as much as possible. It will also be an important milestone for the tournament“.

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