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India will host the MotoGP World Championship. The Grand Prix Of Bharat will be the name of the Indian race when it starts in 2023.

Discussions have been going on for the last ten years to bring MotoGP to India. The event is starting now. The world’s top companies will participate in this race, including Yamaha, Honda, Ducati, KTM, and Aprilia. Next year, the race is expected to take place in the winter.

The event will likely occur at the Formula 1 track in Greater Noida, which honored hosting the events from 2011 to 2013. Next February will also see the arrival of the Formula E all-electric event, and if MotoGP goes ahead as scheduled, Indian motorsport will finally get what it’s longing for.

At a gathering in New Delhi on Wednesday, the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) and business partner Dorna Sports revealed the development (September 21). An MoU has been signed between FIM, the organizers of Dorna Sports, and Noida’s Fair street Sports to organize the Grand Prix of Bharat/India for 7 years.

The Indian MotoGP or the “Grand Prix of Bharat” is being organized by Noida-based Fairstreet Sports, and its official confirmation will be made by top Dorna.#MotoGPBharat @MotoGPBharat @msdhoni pic.twitter.com/STzEuGrtlv — Aamir Khan (@JoinTheShahid) September 21, 2022

Pushkar Nath, COO of Fairstreet Sports, told the news agency PTI that he had done his research to organize the high-profile race. Promoters say they have seen issues affecting Formula One nine years ago.

“The world’s largest two-wheeler market is in India. All are attached to the bike. It is inspirational. According to Nath, MotoGP is one of the most watched sporting events. “We took every preventive measure in preparation for the India round. We have done everything possible to be able to race in India for a very long time. Winter rounds are being considered for India next year.

Akbar Ibrahim, head of the Indian Motorsports Association FMSCI, lauded the improvement. “I said recently that talks are on between the two sides, and we were kept in the loop at our AGM. In addition, I met with the organizers of the race. They know what they are doing,” said Ibrahim, adding that they are and what they are doing. It takes a simultaneous occurrence of this size.

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