Moto GP : The world’s most famous bike racing Moto GP competitions is now In India can be experienced. Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida is set to host the first-ever Moto Grand Prix World Championship race next year. It is also named as ‘Indian Grand Prix’. The Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) or FIM along with its commercial partner Dorna Sports (Dorna Sports) made the announcement at an event in New Delhi on Wednesday (September 21). An MoU has been signed with the help of FIM, Dorna Sports and Fairstreet Sports in Noida to host the India Grand Prix for the next 7 years.
Competitors from 19 countries will participate in this event. Therefore, as there will be a grand competition, employment opportunities will definitely be available in the country. Also, tourism and business in the country will also get a boost. The Moto Grand Prix race will be organized at Buddha International Circuit. The Formula One Indian Grand Prix was held here from 2011 to 2013. But due to financial difficulties, the competition was later canceled. But now the Moto GP competition is going to be held here. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said about Moto Grand Prix to be held in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. "It is a matter of pride for Uttar Pradesh. This will also boost the tourism sector in UP. Along with this, UP will surely get a global platform.
Fabio Champion in Moto GP World Championship 2021
During the Moto GP World Championship 2021, Fabio of Yamaha Moto GP Team Quattro became the champion. Also, Ducati team’s Francesco Bagnaia won the second position. While Joan Mir bagged the third position.
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