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MotoGP: MotoGP will attempt to test at the Mandalika Street Circuit in Indonesia this year - Everything Moto Racing

MotoGP: MotoGP will attempt to test at the Mandalika Street Circuit in Indonesia this year

It has been announced that MotoGP will attempt to test at the new Mandalika Street Circuit in Indonesia this year.

In 2019 MotoGP signed a three-year deal to host races at the Indonesian Mandalika Street Circuit which is a street track on the Island of Lombok, it was expected that MotoGP would race here in 2021 but due to the COVID-19 outbreak it has been delayed until 2022 with MotoGP looking to host a race at the track in March, it was originally on the provisional MotoGP calendar as a reserve race before being removed as the calendar was updated.

Day by day the circuit becomes closer and closer to being completed with Dorna announcing that MotoGP will attempt to test at the circuit this year providing the COVID-19 pandemic allows them to go ahead.

On Wednesday 8th April Franco Uncini and Loris Capirossi inspected the track with both ex-world champions looking at the safety of the track and how it is progressing.

Indonesia is a huge market for MotoGP with a huge amount of its fanbase coming from the Asian country, it will be a key area for MotoGP to host a race and is beneficial for all parties involved in the circuit.

Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta said, “The visit to Lombok was very successful and we can confirm that the Mandalika International Street Circuit will be one of the most important venues of the calendar in the future. We also know that the fans from Indonesia will attend massively and the GPs will become one of the most iconic ones of the whole season. Indonesia is a key market, not only for Dorna but for all the stakeholders of the championship.”

Featured images – Dorna Sports