After a decade, the thrill of speed will again be seen on Buddha International Circuit, Moto bike race will be organized
The Moto race will be organized from 22 to 24 September on the track of BIC. According to representatives of Fair Street Sports, talks are on with the Authority and Jaypee Associates on a plan to sign a 7-year deal. The event is expected to cost Rs 500 crore and earn manifold.
Once again the people of NCR will get to see the thrill of speed at Buddh International Circuit (BIC) of Greater Noida. This time, after 10 years on the track, Buddh International Circuit will not see the speed of a Formula One car, but the speed of a sports bike. The 'Grand Prix of India' moto race will be organized on the BIC track from 22 to 24 September.
The Moto race will be organized from 22 to 24 September on the track of BIC. According to representatives of Fair Street Sports, talks are on with the Authority and Jaypee Associates on a plan to sign a 7-year deal. The event is expected to cost Rs 500 crore and earn manifold. The last time a Formula One car raced on the BIC track was in 2013.
Actually, the Moto GP race is to be organized on the Formula One track. The plot on which the track is made. Its allotment has been cancelled by the authority due to dues. The matter is sub judice in NCLT. Regarding this, the CEO of Yamuna Authority, Dr. Arun Singh sent a letter to the organizer company Fair Street Sports. After this, the company's CEO Pushkarnath Srivastava held talks with the authority officials.
It has become clear in the conversation that the company will prepare the track for a bike race. An amount of 55 crores will be spent on this. Officials told that the company wants to organize sports events for 7 years. The company claims that continuous organizing will affect the economy of the state.
The first place in the world's most viewed sports competitions is the Olympics and the second place is the FIFA World Cup football. While the third place belongs to Moto GP. Its fans number in crores. India is the largest producer as well as the largest consumer of two-wheelers. In such a situation, the Moto GP race will be organized for the first time in the country.
The week-long MotoGP event is preceded by four days of preparation followed by three days of racing. India will return to global motorsport after nearly 10 years with the event of a Formula One track on September 22, 23 and 24.