MotoGP Bharat: Everything About Nation’s First-Ever Bike Race
MotoGP Bharat 2-wheeler race is expected to create an impact of over ₹950 crore in the country. MotoGP is the biggest motorcycle championship in the world.
MotoGP World Championship is considered to be the biggest 2-wheeler championship in the world. This motorcycle racing championship has come to India for the first time in the form of ‘MotoGP Bharat’.
This championship used to feature one of the best motorcycle racers from around the globe. The administration of Uttar Pradesh has invited this tournament. Thus the event will be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida.
The racing event will start from 22nd September and it will be continued for the next 3 days till 24th September. There will be practice sessions, qualifying rounds, a sprint race, and finally the main Grand Prix event.
If you’re excited about this, you have 2 options, either you can watch live action at the venue or you may also watch from the comfort of your home.
For watching the live race, you need to book tickets on the booking portal of Bookmyshow. There is a large range of tickets with a price range starting from ₹2,500 to ₹1,80,000.
Or, you may choose the second option as well. You can watch live racing on the Sports 18 TV channel. If you want to watch it online on your smartphone, you need to tune in to JioCinema for live-streaming.
There are also huge expectations from the MotoGP Bharat event. It is expected that the event can create an impact of more than ₹950 crore.
The CEO of Fairstreet Sports, Vaibhav Sinha shared some important insights in an interview. He said the event is likely to make such an impact due to various factors, including increased tourism, cargo transportation and others. It will help to boost the country’s economy.
The MotoGP Bharat tournament will be held at the Buddh International Circuit, which was originally designed for Formula 1 car races. But later it was enhanced significantly. Safety measures have been improved with required modifications. The tracks were also improved for motorcycle racing. Now, the tracks are capable of both F1 car racing as well as MotoGP motorcycle racing.
MotoGP Bharat is not just about motorbike racing, but it’ll also change the biking culture in India. India is already one of the world’s largest markets for two-wheelers.
Now this event will further enhance this sector and attract bike enthusiasts across the globe. MotoGP Bharat is also set to increase the tourism sector at a massive level.