Monday, April 18, 2011

Texas For MotoGP

Texas will host the 2013 MotoGP after Laguna Seca and Indianapolis circuit. This new circuit will replace on of those track. Laguna Seca holds the license until 2014m while Indianapolis only until 2011,

"We're pleased to learn of the addition of another MotoGP event to the United States,” said Belskus. “This can only help elevate the profile in America of this thrilling form of motorsport, which will benefit all existing MotoGP races in this country and enhance the global prestige of the World Championship. We're committed to the growth of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP and motorcycle road racing in the United States."

“Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca brought MotoGP to the United States in 2005 and we welcome the addition of a third venue in anticipation of expanding the World Championship to a broader audience,” said Campbell.

“There's no denying that our country's and state's economic condition the past two years has hindered attendance growth. I am hopeful that this expansion into a new demographic is a sign that fans and corporate sponsors are intensifying their support of the world's best motorcycle racers.”

This Texas circuit also scheduled for F1 race on 2012. With 3.4 miles length and 20 turns, Circuit of the Americas is the 3rd MotoGP circuits in United States. Spain is the top host country with 3 races, while Italy and United States, both hold 2 licenses on MotoGP race

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