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125: Paris Hilton team launch

Paris Hilton's 125cc grand prix team launches in Madrid.
Socialite Paris Hilton, the latest celebrity to join forces with a motorcycle grand prix team, was present for the official 'SuperMartxé VIP by Paris Hilton' launch at Madrid over the weekend.

At the presentation, the American unveiled an 'easy to spot' pink, white and blue livery for the 125cc Aprilia RSA motorcycles that Sergio Gadea and Maverick Viñales will race in 2011. BQR will run the team.

Hilton plans to attend as many races as possible next season.

Supermartxé is a major party promoter, which aims to become a world leader in the entertainment and show industry.

Last year Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas backed the Jack&Jones Moto2 team, but the squad will not be present in 2011.



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Oli - Unregistered

December 20, 2010 12:54 PM

Why does MotoGP "badly need" recognition in the states? It managed to survive and thrive for many years without a US GP, and plenty of top American riders moved to Europe to come and race and race in the series... Roberts, Rainey, Schwantz, etc right up to Nicky Hayden. I don't see why some people think the world revolves around America? F1 has never managed sustained progress in the American market yet it is the biggest sport in the world. If American's would rather watch baseball than MotoGP then frankly it is their loss. Those that do decide to come and join the bike racing fun are very welcome. Oli



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