As the countdown for the MotoGP Grand Prix of India continues, excitement is at an all-time high with the arrival of the first batch of motorcycles and equipment at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, near Delhi. This initial delivery signals the nearing of the event, scheduled from September 22 to 24, and is a major step in the preparations.
The motorcycles, along with other essential gear such as engines, tires, and safety barriers, were flown into New Delhi and then moved to the race venue. “The arrival of equipment has added to the excitement. Most of the bikes landed in New Delhi and were transported to the Buddh International Circuit under heavy police security,” said Amit Sandill, Racing Director for FairStreet Sports, the group promoting MotoGP in India. The rest of the equipment is expected in the next shipment.
Further boosting the excitement was a visit from Rannvijay Singha, a well-known actor and TV personality in India. Known for his passion for motorcycles and adventure, Singha toured the Buddh International Circuit on Thursday. Organizers said, “Singha got a firsthand experience of the track as he went around the Buddh International Circuit,” which only adds to the mounting anticipation for the race.
Fans can look forward to seeing top motorcycle racers in action, including big names like Francesco Bagnaia, Marc Marquez, Marco Bezzecchi, Brad Binder, Jack Miller, Jorge Martin, and Fabio Quartararo. With such a lineup, the Grand Prix promises to offer high-octane excitement.
For those unable to attend in person, there’s good news: the race will be livestreamed exclusively on Jio Cinema and Sports18 in India. Tickets for the event are also available on BookMyShow, allowing fans to be part of this electrifying event live.
The Buddh International Circuit, a venue that has hosted several international motorsport events, is getting ready to welcome MotoGP. With the first batch of equipment now in place, and more on the way, the stage is set for what promises to be a captivating race, both for the competitors and the fans. The organizers are pulling out all the stops to ensure that this year’s Grand Prix is a spectacle to remember.