MotoGP » Jerez confirmed for MotoGP 2013

“Carmelo Ezpeleta has just confirmed that Jerez will host a Grand Prix in 2013.”

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lean two

April 16, 2012 4:01 PM

Out with the old in with the new.... Gota make room for Texas, not sure about Argentina... either way somebody has got to go, Texas siged a 10 year deal starting in 2013, and Indianapolis contract is not gona be renewd at the end of this year, so what other track will get the Axe? lota history at Jerez, hate to see it go.

Fred - Unregistered

April 16, 2012 7:42 PM

I really like Valencia, it always gives us decent racing and some drama at the end of the year.
Whatever happened to the Hungary track that was getting built that Aragon ended up replacing?

Bhaskar Iyer - Unregistered

April 16, 2012 8:41 PM

Indian Grand Prix would be a mind blowing one. The F1 event was a huge success in The Buddh International Circuit, Delhi. The circuit also won the FIM best promoters award in december 2011. The track is amazingly layed out with hi speed corners and elevated sections. Cant wait for a MotoGP Race here in India :)

8=> - Unregistered

April 16, 2012 9:23 PM

There's so many big markets in Asia which are begging to be exploited and they've got 4 races in Spain. I don't get it.

They need to start the season a month earlier, increase the number of rounds to 20 and add more races in Asia/Oceania and the Americas.


April 16, 2012 11:27 PM

i agree with the above and add that not only asia but south america also... I would like to see some older tracks thrown back on the schedule also instead of all these fancy new high speed designer tracks

Dan - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 9:46 AM

Get rid of Aragon. Catalunya, Jerez and the finale in Valencia are 3 of the best races on the calendar and proper old school circuits. I'm fed up of all these new "sanitised" circuits with no atmosphere. I've been to the Valencia GP 3 times and plan to go again as it's one of the best atmospheres you can ever experience. From the fireworks after each race to everybody grabbing fresh oranges :)

patrick hummel

April 17, 2012 10:22 AM

i cant help but think that the spanish orginasation is to close to its country thinking about marqeuz not getting a penalty for every foul he made and 4 spanish tracks being on the calendar while there are other tracks more deserving then a track like aragon and even if cat val and jer diliver some good raching but so did china and turkey


April 17, 2012 5:56 PM

re: "There's so many big markets in Asia which are begging to be exploited"

yup, that's what they thought about china, and the circus hasn't been there in what... 3 years...?

re: "they've got 4 races in Spain. I don't get it."

in time you will. patience.

re: "They need to start the season a month earlier, increase the number of rounds to 20 and add more races in Asia/Oceania and the Americas."

but collectively what do the rider's think...? remember, THEY are the one's risking death and paralysis. for sure, it's a crazy thought but maybe (just maybe) we should allow THEM to make that call.

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