MotoGP » Motorland Aragon secures long-term reserve status

The newly announced Aragon Grand Prix may not be a one-off in 2010 as Dorna confirmed the Motorland Aragon circuit would be its reserve venue for the next five years.

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March 25, 2010 6:55 PM

Calvin, I don't disagree with you. My point really is that organisations such as Dorna lose sight of what makes the sport in the first place. Fans wanting to watch their heros putting it on the line. I was at brands when 120 odd thousand turned out to watch WSB. Dorna want their cake and eat it. If CE had looked around the world he would find some tracks with good international access which would also get the fans in. Another Spanish track was an easy get out. At least all the spanish fans get to choose which spanish grand prix to go to out of 4.

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