Uttar Pradesh To Host India’s 1st MotoGP Race This September; Deets Inside!

by Tooba Shaikh
Uttar Pradesh To Host India’s 1st MotoGP Race This September; Deets Inside!

India’s motorbike obsession started with the Dhoom franchise and now, you can witness the dhoom of the vroom in real life in India itself! India is all set to host its first MotoGP race in the state of Uttar Pradesh. If you cannot contain your excitement for this event, you’re not alone! Gearheads and motorheads in the country are super excited about the event as it means that they get to witness some of the biggest stars of MotoGP live and in action.

Uttar Pradesh To Host India’s 1st MotoGP Race In September

If you’re a huge motorbike enthusiast, get excited! The first MotoGP race to ever be held in India is happening in September. The race will be held on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th of September. According to an article published by The Times Of India, the registration for the tickets for this particular event has already begun. The ticket sale, too, will go live soon.

Those who wish to attend the event and would like to purchase the tickets can head to BookMyShow and know more about how to acquire the tickets. You’ll have to first register which will make you eligible for the purchase.

Only those people who have registered will be eligible for the purchase. The TOI article also mentioned even though the exact ticket prices aren’t out yet, they might range anywhere from 2,000 to 40,000.

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Details About The Race


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The race is said to be held in the Buddh International Circuit which is located in Greater Noida. The race track is five kilometres long. Participants will have to complete 24 laps around this race track.

This will be the 13th round of the current season’s MotoGP. The race will begin at 9:00 AM and end at 4:30 PM on all three days. As per the TOI article, Kazakhstan was also going to host a leg of the tournament, however, the tracks in the country couldn’t be ready in time the event was cancelled there.

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