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Valencia to keep place as MotoGP finale

"We are are thrilled that MotoGP will be returning to Valencia for another five years"
The final round of the MotoGP World Championship will continue to be held at Valencia until at least 2021.

The agreement to extend the circuit's place on the MotoGP calendar was recently reached between the President of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, the Councillor for Education, Research, Culture and Sport, Vicent MarzĂ , and CEO of Dorna Sports, Carmelo Ezpeleta.

"We are thrilled that MotoGP will be returning to Valencia for another five years," said Ezpeleta. "The new agreement to return to the track is fantastic for the Championship, for the Comunitat Valenciana and for fans both in the region and worldwide, with the Circuit Ricardo Tormo always providing a unique and memorable event to end the season."

Valencia first hosted the final event in 2002.




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