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forget about all those politics, forget about their little tradition in motor racing. the first thing for motogp (or even f1) to succeed in india - do they have a strong fan base?
look at malaysia for the finest example - not a big market for superbikes as majority motorcycles are in form of moped or scooters. yet the malaysian GP are still there since 1991 thanks to a strong fan base and its popularity with the riders.
provided india can do the same, i do not see any reason why motogp cannot be successful in india.