MotoGP Racers soon to touch the Indian track

MotoGP Racers soon to touch the Indian track

With the increasing Hero Honda Passion among people for the International standard Bike Races, India as well with its newly constructed racing track in Greater Noida is planning to organize the most famous racing event, the MotoGP. MotoGP with the international and highly qualified racers like Valintino Rossi, Nikkei Hayden, Jorge Lorenzo and many others have become one of the favorite events of bike enthusiasts world wide. With a view to prove itself to the motor racing fraternity, India disclosed to host the Formula1 Grand Prix Race in Greater Noida in the year 2011. As the racing events are most popular in the western countries and have been acquired by them greatly, India needs to work hard so as to prove its capabilities. It’s been a century that the western countries have been dominating over the world with their ever trained and efficient racers. These events portray the efficiency of the country man as well as the branded bikes. The Indian organizers are proud to host the international event and with this are looking forward to the most famous racing event, the MotoGP to be organized in near future. Also plans say that the race would include bikes with engine capacity of 1000 cc displacement being 4 strokes. The new Indian racing track developed is to support both the types of racing. With a new start of the country, organizers are sure to continue with it every year. As per the news acquired, MotoGP race is also to be hosted by Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina circuit. The circuit is also been visited by Casey Stoner and Loris Capirossi so as to advice them with the safety measures. The event is probably to take place in the year 2012. Press Release : International Race Teams Association boss Mike Trimby said,”There is big interest in India. They are building a new circuit from scratch with bikes in mind and the Indian promoter is keen to have MotoGP.”

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