Superbikes, flashy skills, and burnouts were on display when close to a thousand riders gathered in the capital city on 13th May 2023 to celebrate the 1000th MotoGP race landmark with an exhilarating bike rally as the motorcycle racing fever begins to grip India ahead of its first-ever MotoGP race, scheduled to take place at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida from September 22-24.
Motorsports enthusiasts and bike riders joined in numbers to pay tribute to the sport’s remarkable milestone and made the rally the talk of the town.
Fairstreet Sports, a leading sports management company, hosted the exciting rally, while xBhp convened it. The rally marks the first of many such events being organized in the build-up to the historic MotoGP India round.
Riders gathered at the JLN Stadium to begin the rally and showed flashy burnout before moving to Gurugram where they also displayed top-notch skills with superbikes.
About Fairstreet Sports:
Fairstreet Sports, a dynamic motorsports event company, is all set to rev up the enthusiasm for the sport in India. Guided by seasoned professionals with expertise in sports management and motorsports, they are on the cusp of history, organizing India’s first-ever Moto GP event in September 2023 – the MotoGP Bharat. Driven by a commitment to infuse the country with the spirit of motorsports, Fairstreet Sports stands at the forefront of transforming motorsports into a mainstream spectacle in India.
About MotoGP Bharat:
MotoGP Bharat is India’s first-ever MotoGP race and will be
organized by Fairstreet Sports, in collaboration with Dorna Sports, at the Buddh
International Circuit in Greater Noida from September 22-24.
The historic MotoGP Bharat will be the 13th race of the ongoing MotoGP 2023 season. The event will provide Indian fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the roar of 1000cc beasts screaming through the circuit at 350 km/h as it will also feature some of the greatest names from the sport including Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati, Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda Team, Marco Bezzecchi of Mooney, Brad Binder and Jack Miller of Redbull KTM, Jorge Martin of Prima among others.