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Indy keeps MotoGP

Indianapolis Motor Speedway keeps MotoGP until at least 2014.
Dorna Sports has reached an agreement with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which will see the iconic American venue continue to host MotoGP for the next three years.

Indianapolis held its first MotoGP race in 2008 and the new agreement will see the circuit feature on the calendar until at least 2014.

That is the same date as the contract with Laguna Seca expires and, with the new Austin circuit joining the calendar in 2013, there will be three US rounds in 2013 and 2014.


Tagged as: Indianapolis , Laguna Seca

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Ben spies managed to pass quite a few people at indy despite the new surface and all the marbles... its the bikes producing the lack of passing not the tracks And I just woke up at 7 am today for the race after a long night of rum and booty so all the sissy lil girls that can't stay up or get up can grow a pair already... tivo that sh*t And until the usa has as many rounds as spain ya'all can quite bitchin... how exactly are people suppose to become fans of the sport if they never have a chance to attend an event There are staes in america bigger than some countries so having more races spread out means fans don't have to ride 1200 miles to see a race... it may not seem like the states don't have many fans or bikers percentage wise (and everyone hates americans) but the industry see's a huge market here so no matter how much people hate on the states there will always be races here... in fact I think ill start planning a trip to indy next year



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