MotoGP » Valencia to host MotoGP to 2016

The Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo will welcome MotoGP for at least another seven years after a contract extension

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pp916 - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 2:37 PM

Great atmosphere but bland featureless track, although its possible to see a fair chunk of it from one vantage point....but its got WAY to expensive over the last few years. Jerez is better in every way.

peejay-rossi46 - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 9:09 PM

I just came back from the uncrowded wsbk-finale (40€ weekend-ticket) on the breathtaking autodromo internacional do algarve near portimao - what a wonderful track, a real giant cork screw, but if there are only a handful spectators. There will never be such a wonderful atmosphere like cheste with its huge stadium fully crowded with fans from all over the world -back to back final events (weekend to weekend) would be nice to go by moto-bike from portimao to valencia enjoying the sun of iberia, it s not a good solution to switch wsbk to spring in portugal next. Maybe MotoGP could change to portimao, too. Next year there is the chance to travel to estoril and to valencia to close the season

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