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Dorna gets Italian award

Dorna given 'Best Spanish Business in Italy' award.
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Italy has awarded Dorna Sports, organisers of the MotoGP World Championship, the 'Best Spanish Business in Italy' prize.

The ninth edition of the award was bestowed on Dorna for its administration of the 2010 FIM MotoGP World Championship and the worldwide effect of the successful organisation of this year's competition.

In particular, Dorna's dynamism and interaction with Italian companies was heralded, with the management of events and sponsorships and the distribution of the MotoGP image highly commended.

Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna CEO, was present at the ceremony in Milan to receive the award. Loris Capirossi was also in attendance as an Italian representative of the MotoGP World Championship.

The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Italy was founded in 1953 to promote trade between the two countries. The Board now consists of 15 representatives from major businesses.


Tagged as: Loris Capirossi , Dorna

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