More US GP, Less Abu Dhabi

Monday, July 11, 2011

United States is likely to host MotoGP race for three series. Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi plans in the calendar entry of the race may be canceled.

Chances of that happening after the Laguna Seca circuit has signed a contract until 2014 held the U.S. MotoGP.

Dorna MotoGP as the steering has also signed an agreement for ten years with new circuits in Austin, Texas where the deal took effect in 2013.

The entry of the circuit in Austin, Texas, initially predicted Indianapolis would be frozen out. But Dorna indicates that the circuit whose contract runs out in 2011 is still entered in the competition calendar.

"We're still talking with the Indianapolis about new deals and contracts that will last more than one season," said Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta as quoted from Motorcycle News.

If it reached a new deal with Indianapolis, the State Uncle Sam will be a place mat of three races starting season 2013.

Dorna also said that it is unlikely Yas Marina circuit, Abu Dhabi, signed in Abu Dhabi calendar.

"The talks with Abu Dhabi is currently stopped and we did not continue the conversation with them. Abu Dhabi is not ready to prepare what is necessary to MotoGP," said Ezpeleta.

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