What is MotoGP?

MotoGP is the pinnacle competition in international motorcycle road racing

The MotoGP World Championship is the pinnacle competition in international motorcycle road racing. It developed primarily in Europe after the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) consolidated the regulations for motorcycle competition for the first time in 1949. Fast-forward to the XXI century, MotoGP is showcasing the greatest talents in the two-wheel competitions, thrilling fans with incredible races all over the world.

Not even the unprecedented challenges of 2020 could stop the Series to take place, as it continued and boosted the connection with the public via TV, social media and internet coverage through its four classes: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE.

How does the MotoGP Championship works?

MotoGP in numbers

20 races in 16 countries all over the world
97 riders competing in 4 different classes, from over 20 countries
* more than 200 countries reached by live or same-day programming
433M homes reached via cable / satellite TV networks
27,145 hours of MotoGP broadcast
83% of the audience would choose a brand for its MotoGP association
75% of the public have bought a product due to MotoGP sponsorship
* more than 40M fans across social media and digital platforms
60% of fans on MotoGP Social Media are under the age of 35

But above the numbers, MotoGP is emotion

However, the MotoGP World Championship’s core is emotion.
It’s about overcoming limits and challenges, day after day.
It’s about families and friends, supporting riders and pushing them to achieve their dreams.
It’s the thrill on the starting grid, right before the riders take off to battle.
It’s thousands of spectators on the grandstands, supporting their favourite athletes and a unique sport.

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