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India will make its launch on the Moto GP calendar in 2023 as Moto GP gets ready to take on Buddh International Circuit, as the Grand Prix of India.The country is a true productive and cultural powerhouse, with a population of over 1.5 billion people and more than 220 million motorcycles on its roads. .

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Two-wheeled conveyance
counts for nearly 70% of the total number of vehicles used daily, making India one of the biggest motorcycle markets in the world and a key focus for the manufacturers in the MotoGP™ compound


The race will be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida near New Delhi from 2023. The 4.970 km (3.088 mi) circuit was designed by German architect Hermann Tilke. Four million cubic tons of earth were moved to achieve the rise and fall through the lap. The track is spread across an area of 875 acres (354 ha),[5] and is a part of Jaypee Green Sports city.

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MotoGP™ to race in India from 2023

race at Buddh International Circuit, discover in Uttar Pradesh to the south of New Delhi, will bring the sport into the heart of this key market and make the sport more reachable than ever to our fanbase across the region. As MotoGP™ continues to expand, the Indian superb Prix marks an major milestone in the sport’s mission to open the doors of motorcycle racing to all – writing a new chapter in the story of the world’s first motorsport tournament and welcoming new spectator and fans from every corner of the world

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RSV4 RF key highlights

Engine Capacity999.6 cc
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight180 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity18.5 litres
Seat Height845 mm
Max Power195.5 bhp

YZF-R1M [2016-2017] key highlights

Engine Capacity998 cc
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight200 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity17 litres
Seat Height860 mm
Max Power197 bhp

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Engine Capacity1,285 cc
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Kerb Weight190 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity17 litres
Seat Height830 mm


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Engine Capacity999C
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight188  kg
Fuel Tank Capacity16.3 litres
Seat Height830mm
Max Power156.8bhp

there is less and less overtaking happening in each race MotoGP fans were treated to events like Assen in which there were over 100 overtakes all up by 8 different riders and 5 changes to the race leader.

MotoGP goes hard and fast without interruptions

No pit stops, tyre changes etc and shorter races leaves no room for error – you must balance it all with one set of tyres – not easy.

Not only is the rider in control of their bike in a way F1 drivers are not, there is also no team radio and a MotoGP rider gets a split-second glance at a pit board as they zoom by at maximum speed down the pit straight.

In 2018 certain messages have been introduced on the dash of the bikes such as Red Flag or Black Flag and match with warning light systems around the track.

However, even if they are given a direction by their team, they can choose to ignore it as was seen by Rossi in Sachsenring in 2016. Note: they cannot ignore an instruction from race direction in the same way it will result in a penalty for the rider.

Basically, MotoGP just gets on with the job at hand – no team interference or pit stops; no distractions they just go as hard and as fast as they can.

This is what the fans want and love and MotoGP give it to them every time.

MotoGP: technically faster off the line and a higher top speed

Yes again it is well documented that the F1 can perform an entire lap faster than the MotoGP bikes – let’s remember though it has a lot to do with the set up of the car that is not in the hands of the driver and the advantage that comes with the extra two wheels when cornering.

But when you consider MotoGP riders have little assistance electronically to control that throttle, their body is literally against the track when cornering and with the power to weight ratio their vehicle is a rocket!

Why choose us ?

In the words of Jorge Lorenzo MotoGP riders are braver and I happen to agree with him on this.

When you have just two wheels with a maximum width of 190 millimetres on the rear compared with 470 millimetres for the rear F1 tyres– there is little room for error when flying around a race track. There is nothing but leathers between your flesh and the hard, hard bitumen.

In reality a MotoGP pilot’s knees are literally sliding across the track surface when cornering, destroying their knee padding– you just don’t see that in F1

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