MotoGP » Brazil set for 2014 MotoGP return


"Brazil is one of the most important motorcycling markets in the world" - Carmeloa Ezpeleta, Dorna.

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LLarry

August 20, 2013 10:09 AM

Laguna is probably one that will be dropped. Shame as it is a super location and although short, has great character & elevation changes. Problem is that the paddock is so small that they cannot run Moto2 & 3 which is the real killer.
If a Spanish round went, it would probably be Aragon simply because it is the most remote of the venues. Personally I'd prefer to see Aragon kept and Valencia dropped but that is unlikely to happen.
Overall though its got to be a good thing to see the races more dispersed and greater focus on the southern hemisphere. It is meant to be a 'world' championship after all.

Guna4699

August 20, 2013 12:52 PM

One of the tracks to be axed in America should be Indy, not Laguna,, it has witnessed some epic battles and has a hell lot of characters to learn which is not easy,, small paddock the reason? Let it be,, rookies of motogp learning it new with no experience in laguna while riding moto 2 or moto3 is an attractive topic of discussion... To me valencia, Aragon and Indy needs axing... bring suzuka and estoril along with brazil event

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