MotoGP is set to return to Brazil in 2021 after Dorna, the promoter of the motorcycling championship, signed a memorandum of understanding with Rio Motorsports.
The MotoGP motorcycling series will continue to stage a leg at the Le Mans Bugatti Circuit in France until at least 2026 after a new long-term hosting deal was signed today (Friday).
The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola circuit in Italy will continue to host a round of the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) series until 2020 after a new hosting-rights contract was signed.
MotoGP motorcycle-racing star and current world champion Marc Márquez has signed an endorsement deal with Swiss watchmaker Tissot.
The Dorna agency has today (Tuesday) revealed further details behind the MotoE World Cup, the world’s first fully electric motorcycle racing series recognised by the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), with Italian gas and electricity company Enel coming on board as title sponsor.
The Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) motorcycling series will stage an event in Northern Ireland for the first time next year, it has been announced.
Dorna Sports, the commercial rights-holder of the MotoGP motorcycle-racing series, has named Energica as the supplier of the new Moto-e World Cup, which is due to launch in 2019.
Silverstone will remain the long-term home of MotoGP in the UK after sealing a new three-year contract with the motorcycling championship.
The Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) has released its provisional calendar for the 2018 season, with events in the Czech Republic and Argentina having been added to the schedule.
Thailand is poised to join the MotoGP calendar in 2018 with a three-year race deal set to be signed later this week.
The Twin Ring Motegi circuit in Japan has agreed a new five-year deal to remain on the calendar for the MotoGP motorcycle-racing world championship through to 2023.
Dorna Sports chief executive Carmelo Ezpeleta has said he wants to return the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) to its original vision of production motorbikes and associated rules in a bid to set it apart from fellow motorcycling series MotoGP
Japanese automotive giant Honda and Italian company Ducati have each agreed five-year extensions to their manufacturer agreements for the MotoGP motorcycling championship.
The MotoGP motorcycling championship has sealed a five-year extension to its race contract with the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, a deal that means it has tied down fresh agreements with three of its four Spanish venues in 2016.
Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit (SIC) will continue to stage a MotoGP event until at least 2021 after a new five-year agreement was reached between local organisers and Dorna Sports, the motorcycle-racing series’ commercial rights-holder.
The British round of the MotoGP motorcycling championship will be held at Silverstone in 2017, with the Northamptonshire circuit also on stand-by to stage the 2018 event as delays continue to hit the Circuit of Wales project.
Dorna Sports, the agency that operates and promotes MotoGP, has announced that the motorcycling world championship is set to return to Finland in 2018, while the German Automobile Club (ADAC) has agreed a five-year extension to its race deal.
Assen in the Netherlands will continue to host a MotoGP race for the next 10 years after local organiser St Circuit Drenthe reached a fresh agreement with Dorna Sports, the motorcycling championship’s commercial rights holder.