MotoGP » Indianapolis may 'opt out' of MotoGP after 2013

"We're going to look at this year and evaluate [the MotoGP event] right after”

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June 11, 2013 11:20 AM

I live in Indy and I've been to 4 GP's and I can honestly say As far as track is the worst and should go.The layout was for F-1 and quite frankly I don't think they gave a damn about it.That track robbed Stoner a chance @ a Championship injured many more that weekend and they don't seem to get it.The City is great and the hospitality is second to none but the track and facilities are outdated and MOTOGP-like a jilted lover-should go where they are appreciated.


June 11, 2013 5:46 PM

Worst track ever. I expect to ride on a track like this as an amateur, not a professional racer.

It was a track built for cars in an area dominated by car enthusiast... no brainer, get rid of it.


June 11, 2013 7:16 PM

The lay out sucks, but it is well attended. The problem is the place holds over 500,000, so when 89,000 show up on race day, it looks real sparse. The real show is off the track. Lots of babes......


June 12, 2013 2:01 PM
Last Edited 1053 days ago

My heart always sinks when I have to race Indy on Real Racer 3... I'd hate to have to race a bike around it in real life! Somewhere like Kylami for the win.

vlady: Nice suggestion and as much as I'd love to see my local circuit Brands Hatch host its first motoGP race since the 70s, I don't think that will ever happen. Not without homologation specs ruining the current layout and the spectator experience there. Plus Jonathan Palmer would never spend that kind of money on it, he has his agenda which seems to be working well for MSV as it is. We can dream though! :)

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