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First look at 2011 MotoGP race dates

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Renzo - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 10:08 AM

I like Dorna's attempt at cost cutting.

jerez to Motegi to Estoril!!!!!!!!!!!

Then they go out to Laguna and one month later they are back at Indy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is Espaletta on air miles?

philr74 - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 12:18 PM

Who'd have thought it, the 4th Spanish race has been maintained.

And Apical, yeah S.America def deserves a GP. MotoGP's always shown live as opposed to F1 and the number of Rossi stickers you see on bikes is ridiculous. Given the strong economy of Brazil I'm surprised Dorna hasn't tried to wade in there again, if only for profit's sake.

I guess tying that in with Laguna or Indy would make too much sense though.

880s suck - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 12:54 PM

4 Spanish rounds???See what they did there,they didn't even name them all as Spanish rounds,still a Spanish Championship.
So that's 4 Spanish rounds,2 US rounds,why not spread it around a bit,how Hungary hasn't got a round is beyond me,the crowds are enormous.

Matt - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 1:30 PM

880s suck (I'm guessing you meant 800's suck, which I agree - they do) - Hungary was supposed to have a round this year but I guess they can't finish their track or something. Not really sure why they aren't on the schedule for 2011 - I thought they were just bumped here in 2010 because they were still building the track. I thought surely it'd be done by next year. Maybe construction ground to a halt due to finances or something. Anyone know?

Nick - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 1:39 PM

Portimao misses out again, arguably the best new track around especially with elevation changes n such, wake up Dorna its not only Spain that loves Bikes

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