India joins historic 1000th MotoGP race celebration with bike rally

This weekend’s French Grand Prix has made a significant achievement in MotoGP history since the first speed feast was held 74 years ago. Superbike, flashy technology and burnout were on display Saturday when nearly 1,000 riders gathered in the capital to celebrate its 1000th MotoGP race landmark as motorcycle racing fever began to grip India ahead of its first-ever MotoGP race scheduled for Sept. 22-24 at Noida’s Buda International Circuit.

This weekend’s French Grand Prix has made a significant achievement in MotoGP history since the first speed feast was held 74 years ago. Motor sports enthusiasts and bike riders joined in numbers to pay tribute to the sport’s remarkable milestone and made the rally a hot topic, according to a press release by MotoGP. 토토

This exciting rally is the first of many events organized to prepare for the historic MotoGP India round, “MotoGP Bharat.” Riders gathered at JLN Stadium to start the rally, showing spectacular exhaustion, then moved to Gurugram to showcase their best skills with super bikes.

Satish Upadiai, vice chairman of the New Delhi City Council, celebrated the event with Fairstreet Sports Executive Team and sent a message to cyclists and audiences.

“Today was a great event. I would like to congratulate the Fairstreet Sports team and wish them great success as they prepare for the upcoming Moto GP Barat. MotoGP is gaining a great reputation worldwide and the way you started here is fantastic. We should encourage such events even more, and we are confident that we will do everything to help you in India. Motor sports are often considered a stunt, but it is not important for us to keep it seriously. And we also don’t care about protecting motorcycles.

Pushkar Nath Srivastava, COO of Fairstreet Sports, the organizer of the event, said. “We are excited to organize the MotoGP Milestone celebration with a bike rally event that brings together the enthusiasm, excitement and unity of the motorcycle racing community in the capital. When India was preparing for the first MotoGP Bharat, it was not only an amazing experience to witness joy in the faces of fans, but it also gave excitement to the event of fans of the historic Motorstone later on

The ongoing MotoGP 2023 season, which is witnessing 20 races in 17 countries, will visit India for its 13th race as India makes its race debut. Indian fans will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience an exciting action involving many people from Ducati’s Francesco Banya, Rebsol Honda’s Marca Marquez, Bradney’s Marco Bezecchi, and many KT’s Primatinbull.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *