- Afshan khan
India’s first-ever MotoGP Grand Prix, ‘MotoGP Bharat’ will take place at the Buddh International Circuit, according to an announcement made today by the Noida-based sports organization Fairstreet Sports Pvt. Ltd. and the international MotoGP organizers, Dorna Sports S.L., Madrid, Spain (BIC).
The Indian race will be known as the “Grand Prix of Bharat.” Fairstreet and Dorna Sports have a seven-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place.
Although the exact date of the inaugural race has not yet been determined, organizers anticipate that it will take place in 2023.
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To emphasize the strengthened relationship with Yamaha’s Indian affiliate, the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team is happy to put “The Call of the Blue” to the front cowls of the YZR-M1 motorcycles driven by Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli.
The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP squad aims to “Rev their heart”. They want to provide Indian motorsport fans with a sense of representation in MotoGP. When Indian fans see “The Call of the Blue” displayed on the Factory Yamaha YZR-M1s, the team wants to make them feel proud.
The inclusion of a visual representation of the Indian market on the front cowl of Fabio Quartararo‘s and Franco Morbidelli’s motorcycles was a no-brainer with the Grand Prix of India being added to the 2023 MotoGP schedule.
Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP expresses gratitude to India Yamaha Motor and the fervent Indian supporters for their support. The squad is eager to begin the 2023 campaign and cannot wait to travel to the Buddh International Circuit for the Grand Prix of India on September 22–24.
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Shreyas Hareesh is becoming more well-known every day for his extraordinary skills on the racetrack. Shreyas, a gifted racer, competes under the number 39 and goes by the moniker “thebengalurukid” on the track.
According to Shreyas, the Indian National Anthem should be played loudly at the MotoGP. His enthusiasm for this cause was sparked by this desire. His early career has been built on hard work and determination.
However, in Bengaluru in 2021, Shreyas won both the BGS dirt track race and the dirt bike league. Shreyas took first place in the Foreign Open division of the 2022 Ajmera Cup in Mumbai.
Shreyas competed in ten separate races during the 2021 MRF MMSC TVS Apache RTR Rookie National Championship. He finished third five times, won two of the races, and set six of the top ten fastest laps overall.
Shreyas Hareesh, India’s most recent sensation in motorcycle racing, has joined MotoGP Bharat. There is no question that Shreyas will bring honor and glory to India. It would be fascinating to find out how far this Indian prodigy, who is only 12 years old, can go in MotoGP.
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