Highlights of Indian MotoGP 2023, a historic moment for riders and Indian society!

JABAR EXPRESS – In a monumental moment for motorcycle racing fans across India, MotoGP is all set to make its debut in the country with the much-anticipated event “MotoGP India 2023”.

This historic event will take place at the famous Buddh International Circuit, located in Uttar Pradesh, close to the capital New Delhi.

With a track length of 5,137 kilometers and a spectator capacity of 120,000, the Buddh International Circuit promises an interesting atmosphere for this historic race.

Mark your calendars for Sunday September 24, 2023, when the motorcycle engines will start at 3:00 p.m. local time (12:30 p.m. GMT) for the highly anticipated 13th round of the 2023 MotoGP season.

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The event will host some of the world’s best riders, including Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo, Joan Mir and Valentino Rossi.

Their participation is expected to attract many fans from a country known for its love of motorcycles, with more than 200 million motorcycles plying its roads.

This historic event will also highlight the technological sophistication and innovation of MotoGP’s leading manufacturers, with iconic names such as Honda, Yamaha, Ducati and Suzuki showcasing their advanced machines.

For India, the 2023 Indian MotoGP represents an unprecedented moment, opening the doors of motorcycle racing to new audiences and opening new avenues for the development of motorsport in the country.

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Although India’s presence in MotoGP is still limited due to the strict requirements of the sport, there is a pioneer who is all set to make history at the Bharat MotoGP 2023 event, which marks the first appearance of the sport in India.

His name is Kadai Yasen Ahamed from Chennai. He is the only Indian rider to compete in the Moto3 category, designed for motorcycles with an engine capacity of up to 250 cc.

Ahamed rose to prominence as the 2020 Indian National Champion in the Pro-Stock 301 to 400cc category.

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