MotoGP » Indy signals MotoGP intent with resurfacing

“This project is an example of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway providing competitors the finest racing facilities in the world”

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April 25, 2011 1:41 PM
Last Edited 1830 days ago

Pretty cool how US organizers are responding to MotoGP. Maybe they are hip to the idea that it is a lot more exciting racing than F1, yet has a "world" top-level feel about it. Also, it doesn't compete with any other form of racing here in the US (yes we have SBK, etc. but MGP is clearly another level, so it is complementary, not a replacement). Further, and more importantly, it appeals to younger people with their growing world consciousness, and thinner wallets than the folks that can afford F1 tickets. Now lets hope the riders remain free to talk and continue to be regular approachable people rather than the talking heads of F1..... 3 US GP's is not too many for this market! F1 could learn a few things.

Sukhoi 46

April 25, 2011 6:22 PM
Last Edited 1830 days ago

I agree, Indy must be retained my Dorna and make it a permanent MotoGP racing event because Indy is the pride of the Americans and "Jewel in the Crown" of the racing world.

Steve, don't vomit garbage :?

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