MotoGP » A MotoGP circuit in Wales?


"The track at Ebbw Vale would have the potential to host... World Touring Car Championship and motorcycling's MotoGP" - BBC.

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Aye - Unregistered

November 22, 2011 5:26 AM

@ EnRiCo47

I don't think MotoGP needs another race in Australia. It's a lovely country and all, but that's all it is! If another country was going to get a race out there then it should be New Zealand because New Zealand is FAR better, in my opinion! The Taupo Motorsport Park was good enough for The Auto GP, so I can't see why it can't be good enough for The MotoGP.

EnRiCo47

November 22, 2011 6:31 AM
Last Edited 1003 days ago

@@@@@Aye

Australia or New Zealand , both beautiful and you would not have to set the clock to watch a race.
Imagine in Sydney the most beautiful city,

But I dont think it would suit european and american viewing public.
Maybe Wales grey and cold but with a friendlier geoposition(politics)would suit better.


Ciao
Enrico

SD500

November 22, 2011 7:17 AM

mmm me thinks something is up here.... a creek that is..


that picture looks suspiciously like Turn 1 a PI.

so maybe we are getting two rounds at PI.. one in Spring and one in Autumn.

Liam48

November 22, 2011 10:33 AM

This is good to have another British Circuit by why not another one ? One up here in Scotland, we have the scenery and the land to make a great race track or of the right backers come in then renovate Knockhill it would be brilliant. It might rain a lot but it never disappoints for close hard fought racing with surprising results, I know it's a long shot but it would he better than having four rounds in Spain which hasn't produced great racing.

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