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Matthew Birt  says:

Thailand eyeing MotoGP race for 2015

Thailand could be the first country to cash in on MotoGP’s booming popularity in South East Asia by joining the world championship schedule in 2015. Interest in South East Asia has soared in the last few years but the only race on the calendar in that region is the Sepang clash in Malaysia. Representatives of a new track called the Buriram International...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (21 June 2013 10:26)

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Bye, bye Indy lite.

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Lacking strength in depth is something that Dorna have long been guilty of as far as Motogp goes in general. They have relied for far too long on always using Valentino Rossi's name and charisma to promote the sport in all media. they have not put the effort in to broaden the base of the class. Yes it would be good to add vareity to new territories for the sport and sell more bikes to emerging markets....but the class is still loaded with Spanish & Italian riders. That needs to be addressed too.

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