Moto GP: Riders from as many as 19 nations will compete in the race, which will significantly boost trade and tourism in the nation and create jobs.
India will host the first MotoGP race. India will play host to the first MotoGP World Championships race in 2023. Grand Prix of Bharat, the inaugural MotoGP World Championships race, will be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida in 2019, providing a significant boost to the struggling Indian motorsport scene. In order to host the premier two-wheel racing event in India for the following seven years, MotoGP commercial rights owner Dorna and Noida-based race promoters Fairstreet Sports signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Wednesday.
Riders from as many as 19 nations will take part in the event, which will significantly boost trade and tourism in the nation and create jobs.
The event’s organisers said in a release that MotoGP also has plans to introduce MotoE into the Indian racing scene. This will not only be a first for Asia but also a significant green initiative with net zero carbon emisson.
The Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix used to be held at the Buddh International Circuit, the site of the MotoGP competition. It was held there for three consecutive years, from 2011 to 2013, before being abandoned due to administrative, financial, and tax challenges.