The Indian Grand Prix will be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida from September 22 to 24.This will be the first time that MotoGP has been held in India since 2013. The Buddh International Circuit is a Grade 1 circuit that hosted the Formula One Indian Grand Prix from 2011 to 2013.
Following the three Formula 1 races conducted at BIC between 2011 and 2013, the 13th leg of the famous MotoGP competition will be the next major racing event to be held there.Three safety cars, including a BMW M5CS, will reportedly be stationed at the racecourse, according to media sources.
According to the event’s promoters, homologation, resurfacing, crash zones, grid zones, and gravel have all been completed.
To make the event successful, some 3,000 “race management crew” members would be employed.
Indian MotoGp Circuit
The Buddh International Circuit (BIC) is a 5.14 km (3.19 mi) Formula One and motorcycle racing circuit in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was designed by Hermann Tilke and built in 2011. The circuit has 16 corners and a main straight of 1.172 km (0.731 mi). The track is clockwise and has a maximum elevation change of 14 metres .
The BIC is a Grade 1 circuit, which means it is the highest level of circuit classification according to the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). The circuit is also homologated by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) for motorcycle racing.
The BIC hosted the Formula One Indian Grand Prix from 2011 to 2013. In 2023, it will host the inaugural MotoGP Indian Grand Prix.The BIC is a fast and flowing circuit with a number of challenging corners. The circuit is particularly well-suited to motorcycle racing, with a number of long straightaways and tight corners. The circuit also has a number of safety features, including a large runoff area at the end of the main straight.
Sponsor of Indian MotoGP
The 2023 Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit is sponsored by a number of leading global companies, including Aramco,Monster Energy,etc.These companies support the Indian Grand Prix in a variety of ways, including providing financial support, marketing support, and logistical support. They also help to promote the sport of MotoGP in India.
In addition to the official partners and sponsors, the Indian Grand Prix is also supported by a number of local businesses and organisations. These businesses and organisations provide a variety of services to the event, such as catering, security, and transportation.
The Indian Grand Prix is a major event on the MotoGP calendar, and it is expected to attract a large crowd of fans from all over the world. The event is also expected to generate significant economic benefits for the Greater Noida region.
MotoGP is a global sport with a large and passionate fan base. MotoGP is a global sport with races held all over the world. Sponsoring the Indian Grand Prix gives companies the opportunity to reach a global market and promote their brands to potential customers all over the world.
Overall, sponsoring the MotoGP Indian Grand Prix is a great way for companies to reach a large audience, promote their brands, and associate themselves with a premium sport.The Indian Grand Prix is expected to be a major event on the MotoGP calendar, and it is likely to attract a large crowd of fans. India is a growing market for MotoGP, and the race is expected to help to further promote the sport in the country. Broadcast will be done in Sports18 and JioCinema.
Francesco Bagnaia and Ducati would be hoping to continue their dominance. It will be an evenly contested race as the others would look to cut the lead on the top of the table.
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